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Man arrested for manslaughter after 4 year old dies in train vs. car collision on August 10th

Amarillo Police have arrested a man for manslaughter after a 4 year old boy was killed in a motor vehicle vs. train collision.

Police say 38 year old Edgar Rangel drove his pick-up around the train crossing gates near the 600 block of Eastern Street Saturday night, August 10th.

His truck was struck by an on-coming train, killing the 4 year old boy riding with him.

Rangel was released from the hospital on Sunday and was immediately arrested and booked into jail on a charge of Manslaughter.

Police say alcohol was a factor in the crash.

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