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Duane Heath, 42, of Racine, died at the scene at 9:17 p.m. in the 10500 block of Northwestern Ave. Heath worked for Ruud Lighting.
Police do not suspect any foul play.
According to our friends at Racine Uncovered: The family of Duane Heath who died yesterday after being hit by a train will be holding a candle light vigil 8:30 pm Saturday. out on highway K next to the tracks across from the Mobile station. the service, will be on Wednesday 300 – 600 at Drager Langdoff funeral home 22nd ave ( Ohio st. ) and County KR.