The crash happened around 11:45 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of Maple and Carlton.
The train was heading westbound at the time of the crash. NJ Transit said there were no passengers on board.
The train came to rest about 300 yards from the point of impact.
A burgundy Chrysler was crossing the tracks when the vehicle was hit in the driver's side.
The impact spun the car about 180 degrees. The Chrysler driver was killed.
One person is dead in a train car collision in Lindenwold it occurred at 11:45 this morning. Train was westbound no passengers on board according to New Jersey Transit. pic.twitter.com/9i1q3C0jlK— John Rawlins (@JRawlins6abc) May 17, 2018
The circumstances of this crash remain under investigation. New Jersey Transit said all safety mechanisms were in place at the crossing: lights were flashing and the gates were down.
The identity of the person who was killed has not been released.
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