Enfield, NC (November 1, 2018) – One person was found dead following a train accident in Enfield. Police say the man has since been identified as a stowaway who had been on an Amtrak train at the time.
Police say that the man was identified as Varcy Locklear of Pembroke. His body was found around noon on Tuesday, October 30. He was found in the area of Plant Street.
Police say that the man had been trying to get off of the train, which is when he was struck and killed. The train was headed from Charlotte to New York and was delayed for quite some time while police investigated.
Enfield police continue their investigation at this time.
Enfield Train Accident
Train accidents might not happen as commonly as other types of accidents on our roadways, but they continue to cause injuries and fatalities every year. If you have lost somebody you love due to a train accident, you have rights when it comes to your case. We wish to extend our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Varcy Locklear at this time.
If you have lost somebody you love in a train accident, you as the family and friends of the loved one might be able to bring a wrongful death claim on their behalf. Trains are common carriers, which means that they owe a special duty of care to those involved. They are also very large modes of transportation, which means that there is a greater likelihood of catastrophic injuries or death.
We want to stand by your side at the Nye Law Group, where your case matters to us. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information at (912) 200-5230.
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