Railroad Crossing Fatalities, Crashes Down In 2015
UNDATED - The number of people killed Minnesota last year in crashes involving trains was the second lowest since 1970.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation says the total number of crashes was also the second lowest since 1970.
Four people died at railroad crossings in 2015, in three separate crashes.
There was a total of 32 crashes.
The year before, in 2014, nine people were killed in 48 crashes.