VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Update: A Terre Haute South High School student has died as a result of a train vs vehicle crash in southern Vigo County.

According to Vigo County Sheriff John Plasse, the crash occurred just before 3:20 p.m. near E. Harlan Drive and Bono Road. The SUV was struck by the train killing the SUV’s driver who was the only occupant in the vehicle.

The Sheriff has identified the deceased as 19-year-old Logan Blueher.

Plasse said the Vigo County Coroner and fatal crash team assisted in the investigation.

Image of emergency vehicles located at the Oregon Church Road railroad crossing. (WTWO)

South Vigo High School shared the following statement on Facebook in response to the death;

We pride ourselves in being a family and yesterday we tragically lost a member of our South Braves family in an accident.

Logan Blueher was a Senior who was scheduled to graduate in two weeks and attend Purdue University in the Fall. Logan was funny, smart, and loyal. He loved his car, his friends, and most of all, he loved animals.

We hope to honor Logan’s memory in the coming weeks and at graduation with a project to help animals at Heritage Animal Hospital where he worked as well as at the Terre Haute Humane Shelter.

Counselors are available at THS for students and staff for as long as needed. Please hug your loved ones and pray for our #southside family. We are hurting today and we are praying for peace and comfort for Logan’s family and loved ones at this time. ❤️🖤

South Vigo High School Facebook Page

Both the crossing at E. Harlan Drive and Oregon Church Road have since been re-opened.

This is a developing story, follow for updates as they become available.

Original: A train vs vehicle crash caused emergency crews to shut down two railroad crossings in southern Vigo County for a time.

According to Vigo County Dispatch, the incident is located on a north and southbound section of train tracks between Oregon Church Road and E. Harlan Drive. While initially both rail crossings were closed, as of 4:15 p.m. a WTWO photographer on scene reported that the crossing on Oregon Church Road has been re-opened.

The crossing at E. Harlan Drive remains been shut down as crews work to clean up the scene. A WTWO Photographer on scene said Honey Creek Fire and the Vigo County Sheriff’s Office responded to incident.

No word yet on potential injuries.