"Three of the five were off in the brush north of the tracks," he said. "The victim and another hunter were along the tracks, closer to the tracks, as a train was approaching from the east." Gerace said witnesses reported the train was blowing its warning whistle at the time. Faso was reportedly looking in some brush north of the tracks when he was hit. A friend also reportedly yelled at Faso several times to get further from the tracks, but Faso didn't move. "The victim was standing near the tracks, and didn't move, didn't step off the tracks, and the train struck him and killed him," Gerace said.