HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- Friends of a Huntsville teenager killed by a train have gathered at a skating rink to remember him.
Police said 14-year-old Dylan Jones was killed Friday afternoon while walking along the tracks. Police said the conductor saw the student and sounded the horn, but he was too close to stop the train.
Students from Lee High School and other friends gathered Saturday night at Roller Time Skate Rink in Huntsville to remember him. Travion Ragland told WAAY-TV that Dylan loved to skate and always came to the rink with a smile on his face.
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