A member of the Fisher's Peak Fire Department watches an Amtrak train after it cllided with a minivan at a crossing east of Trinidad, Colo., Monday, June 27, 2016. (Eric John Monson/The Trinidad Chronicle News via AP)
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Trooper Art Gumke of the Colorado State Patrol said the girl's father, 32-year-old Stephen Miller, who was driving the 2005 Chrysler Town & Country, and his wife, Christina Miller, 33, of Trinidad were killed along with their three other daughters, aged 6, 2 and 8 months. He said the minivan was moving at the time of the crash and was not stuck.The work is expected to cost about $230,000, Colorado Department of Transportation spokeswoman Amy Ford said.The crossing was identified for improvements as part of ongoing work with counties and railroads to fix problem crossings, she said.There have been six other accidents between vehicles and trains at the same crossing in the last 30 years, including one other fatal crash in 2010, according to Federal Railroad Administration records.
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