When the train stopped
A truck driver was rushed to Denver by helicopter Friday after a Union Pacific coal train hit a semi-truck and trailer at a private crossing
The wreck happened west of Oshkosh. The truck pulled onto the tracks ahead of the train. The train was loaded with coal and headed east.
No one on the train crew was injured and no cars were derailed, Union Pacific spokesman Mark Davis said.
Train traffic was stopped for about 90 minutes, Davis said.