Agassiz man identified in train death

An Agassiz man struck and killed by a train Saturday morning has been identified by the BC Coroners Service.

An Agassiz man struck and killed by a train Saturday morning has been identified by the BC Coroners Service.

Boone Jackson Harry was struck by an eastbound CN Rail train at approximately 5 a.m. in the downtown area of Agassiz.

He was 23.

The Coroners Service continues to investigate.

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