ST. ALBANS CITY — A man was struck by a train in St. Albans after midnight on Saturday morning, Oct. 16. 

Police officers responded to the area near Federal Street shortly after 2 a.m. to find a man who had received significant leg trauma from the reported incident, according to city documents.

Ambulance services arrived shortly afterward.

The identity of the man and his condition had yet to be released as of Monday afternoon, Oct. 18. 

St. Albans police Chief Maurice Lamothe declined to provide further information due to the incident’s medical nature.

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