Driver flown to hospital after crash with train

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
A tow truck removed the van that was involved in a collision with a train on Mason Road in Antrim Township Monday afternoon.

A Greencastle man was flown by helicopter for treatment of injuries he received when the vehicle he was driving pulled into the path of a train in Antrim Township Monday afternoon.

Pennsylvania State Police reported the unidentified 49-year-old man was driving a 2005 Ford E350 truck on Mason Road and pulled into the path of travel of a Norfolk Southern train.

A helicopter was called to the scene along the road that connects U.S. 11 and Brown’s Mill Road and took the man to York Hospital for treatment of his injuries, according to police.

The crash happened around 3 p.m. By 4:30 a tow truck had removed the truck from the scene.