We now know the identity of a man killed when a train struck his car and pushed it into a steel railroad bridge.
The accident happened at 7:15 a.m. Friday in New Haven, near Fort Wayne, when the vehicle pulled into the path of a freight train.
The train slammed into the car, and pushed it sideways down the track until it wrapped around the support of the bridge.
The victim is a pastor from Trinity United Methodist Church in Fort Wayne, Ramon Aleman, 55.
A crane was used to remove the wreckage from the bridge and reopen the rail lines.
A spokesperson for Norfolk Southern transportation Company said the gates and warning lights were working at the crossing.