Police have identified the woman killed by a train in Endwell Saturday night.
State police say 38-year-old Holly Nalepa was laying on the tracks behind ABC Lumber on Pearl Street in Endwell at around six Saturday night.
Police say a Canadian Pacific train travelling eastbound spotted her on the tracks and gave several warning signals but she failed to exit the tracks and the train was unable to stop before striking Nalepa.
According to police, Nalepa’s current address is listed as the YWCA on Hawley Street in Binghamton. An autopsy is pending and the investigation continues.
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