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An 18-Year-Old & His Dog Have Died After Getting Hit By A Train In Montreal

Police think it was a terrible accident.
Staff Writer
Young Man Struck By Train In Montreal Dies Due To Injuries

A young man and his dog were tragically struck by a train in Montreal and lost their lives on Wednesday evening. 

The man and his dog were found near the intersection of 81st avenue and rue Victoria in Pointe-aux-Trembles.

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The SPVM tells MTL Blog that police were dispatched to the area after an emergency call at around 10 p.m. on Wednesday night.

Upon arrival, police found the victim, an 18-year-old man, unconscious and with injuries to his head. The dog was found dead at the scene.  

The man was taken to a local hospital and pronounced dead due to his injuries. 

Investigators believe it was an accident.

"Nothing led us to believe that it was voluntary," said an SPVM spokesperson. 

"It seems to be a sad accident."

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