The driver of one of the 18-wheelers moved his rig onto the tracks and investigators say he likely never saw the train coming. The train struck the big rig at County Road 622 and pushed it about a mile down the tracks.
The rig was reportedly engulfed in flames as it traveled all the way down the tracks, stopping just short of County Road 686. The driver was killed.
There were two people on the train who were both OK.
There's no danger to the area from hazardous materials, investigators say, as the train was carrying beer and cars.
DPS investigators have not yet released the name of the man driver who perished.