Train strikes, kills Ann Arbor teen in Ohio
Huron High School had a crisis team in place today offering counseling to students and staff following the suicide in Ohio Tuesday of a 17-year-old Huron student and football player, Ann Arbor schools spokeswoman Liz Margolis said.
Principal Arthur Williams sent a message out informing the school community that Seth Harsch died after stepping in front of a train in northern Ohio, Margolis said.
Chief Deputy Roy Miller of the Fulton County Sheriff's Office said witnesses saw Harsch step onto the tracks in front of the eastbound Norfolk Southern train at 12:02 p.m.
Harsch's car was discovered parked nearby, Miller said.
The railroad crossing is near Delta, Ohio, west of Toledo.