No injuries reported in car vs. train collision near Fosston, Minn.

Train and pickup both had minor damage after the mishap.

A BNSF train traverses the frigid landscape along U.S. Highway 2 near East Grand Forks, Minn., during a snow storm on Saturday, Nov. 30. Kimberly Wynn / Grand Forks Herald

Two occupants of a Ford pickup walked away without injuries after their vehicle was struck by a train near Fosston, Minn., shortly after 9 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10.

The Burlington Northern Santa Fe train operated by Steven Burris, 50, of Topeka, Kan., was traveling westbound on the tracks when it collided with the 2013 Ford pickup driven by Todd Jevning, 52, of Fosston, at U.S. Highway 2 SE and 360th Avenue SE. Jevning had one 17-year-old passenger, according to a release from the Polk County Sheriff's Department.

No one involved suffered any personal injuries. There was minor damage to both the train and the pickup.

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