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OSCEOLA, Iowa (AP) — Two men are dead after being hit by a train in southern Iowa.
Osceola Police Chief Marty Duffus tells Des Moines television station KCCI (http://bit.ly/1ej2Hks) that officials are looking into why the men were on the tracks in a residential area of Osceola early Saturday morning.
Duffus says the engineer of the BNSF train called 911 around 5 a.m. Saturday to report that the train had hit someone.
Officials are not yet releasing the names or ages of the two men killed.
Information from: KCCI-TV, http://www.kcci.com
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