RICHMOND, Ind. (WDTN) - One woman is dead and two others are injured after they were hit by a train early Friday morning in Richmond, Ind.
It happened just after 1 a.m. in the area of North 8th and E streets. When police arrived, they found the three victims near the crossing.
Richmond police Capt. Bill Shake said investigators were still working to determine how the three Earlham College students came to be hit while walking near the city's depot district.
One victim, identified as 21-year-old Therese Heymann of Burlingame, California, was pronounced dead on the scene.
The other two people, identified by Earlham College as sophomore Lenore Edwards and senior Graham Nissen, were taken to Reid Hospital, then later taken by CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital.
According to the Richmond Palladium-Item, Thursday had been designated College Night in the depot district and Earlham provided shuttle transportation to the area near the city's downtown.
Earlham College canceled all Friday classes. Students and community members planned to gather at 8 a.m. at Stout Meetinghouse and the College Dining hall, according to the college's website.
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