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UPDATE: Victim hit by train in Tomah identified

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Tomah, WI (WXOW) -

UPDATE: Tomah Police identified the man killed when he was hit by a train on August 30.

The man is 59-year-old Robert J. Domke.  Tomah Police said that they couldn't determine a permanent address for Domke.

They were able to determine he had military ties to the Tomah area as well as the Prairie du Sac and Sauk City areas.

While toxicology reports are still underway, the Monroe County Medical Examiner ruled Domke's death a suicide.

A Canadian Pacific Railroad train hit and killed a pedestrian in Tomah late Saturday night. It happened near Superior Avenue in Tomah at 11:56 p.m.

The Tomah Police Department said in a statement that an unidentified subject was on the tracks when they were hit by an eastbound train.

The person was found dead on scene by responding officers. The Tomah Police Department said the incident is still under investigation and will not be releasing anymore details at this time.

Tomah Police were assisted on scene by Tomah Area Ambulance, Tomah Department of Public Works, Tomah Fire Department, Monroe County Sheriff's Department, Wisconsin State Patrol, and Canadian Pacific Railroad.

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