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Story about Jared Albo

.A man suffered non-life threatening injuries Wednesday morning after being hit by a train, say Saskatoon police. Around 2 a.m., a train hit a 29-year-old man near the intersection of 22nd Street West and Avenue F South. The Canadian Pacific train was traveling northeast. The man was walking on and along the tracks in the same direction. The train whistle was blown in attempt to issue a warning. A witness saw the train hit the man, sending him in the air. The man immediately got up and proceeded to walk northeast towards Avenue E North. Police found him at 23rd Street West and Avenue E North in an intoxicated state. According to police, he did not seem to realize what hit him. He did, however, indicate he had pain in several parts of his body. MD Ambulance arrived and transported the victim to hospital. The train remained at the scene until approximately 3:30 a.m., when Canadian Pacific supervisors completed their investigation