Pregnant model killed by train while posing on tracks for picture to launch career (Page 1)

Updated Wednesday 25 April 2018 9:20
A pregnant model died after being hit by a train while posing for the picture above on a railway track to kickstart her catwalk career.

Fredzania "Zanie" Thompson, 19, can be seen smiling as she stands between two sets of tracks during the shoot in Navasota, Texas.

The teenager managed to move out of the way when one train operated by Union Pacific approached.

But she didn't notice another speeding Burlington Northern locomotive hurtling towards her in the opposite direction.

Navasota Assistant City Manager Shawn Myatt said: "Basically, you have two railroad tracks there, one is Burlington Northern to the west and one is Union Pacific to the east, and she was in between the two tracks.

"Burlington Northern had a train on their track coming and she turned back to the east to walk across the Union Pacific track and walked right in front of the Union Pacific train that was heading south."

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