UPDATE: Name released of pedestrian killed by train near Detroit Lakes

According to a release by the Beck County Sheriff's Office, Ryan Goroski, 41, was struck and killed by a passing train near Detroit Lakes on Monday.

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DETROIT LAKES — The Becker County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a pedestrian struck by a BNSF train near Detroit Lakes Monday, Jan. 23.

According to a release by the sheriff's office, Ryan Goroski, 41, was struck and killed by a passing train near Detroit Lakes on Monday.

At 1:36 a.m., emergency dispatchers received a report of a pedestrian being struck and killed by an eastbound train, west of 230th Avenue, between Audubon and Detroit Lakes. The name of the individual is being withheld pending confirmation of the victim's identity.

The Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Officer is assisting the Becker County Sheriff's Office with the investigation into the incident, which remains ongoing, the news release stated.

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