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Man's remains found near train tracks in Mojave National Preserve

Human remains found in the Mojave National Preserve appear to be from a man who died after being struck by a train, authorities said Tuesday.

The remains were found spread across an area near train tracks Monday morning by a Union Pacific Railroad worker who was driving in the area, according to a statement from the San Bernardino County Coroner’s Department.

The coroner’s office said the man was 37 years old but were withholding his name until his family could be notified.


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