Oklahoma University football player loses foot after running over him by train

Derek Loccident, 20, lost a foot when he was hit by a train on Sunday at 2.30 in the morning in downtown Oklahoma City

Oklahoma University football player, 20, loses his foot after he was hit by a train while crawling underneath

  • Derek Loccident, 20, lost a foot when he was hit by a train on Sunday
  • The cops say he was crawling under a stopped train that suddenly started to move
  • He hastened to escape but his left foot was run over at around 2.30 a.m.
  • He managed to reach a nearby person for help and was taken to the hospital
  • Loccident was a second-year student at the University of Central Oklahoma, where he played football as a cornerback
  • A GoFundMe account has been set up to raise money for your medical expenses
  • The railway company is investigating the incident

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Derek Loccident, 20, lost a foot when he was hit by a train on Sunday at 2.30 in the morning in downtown Oklahoma City

Derek Loccident, 20, lost a foot when he was hit by a train on Sunday at 2.30 in the morning in downtown Oklahoma City

A football player from the University of Oklahoma lost his foot when he was hit by a train during the weekend.

Derek Loccident, 20, was crawling under a train standing in downtown Oklahoma City on Sunday around 2:30 am when he suddenly started moving.

While trying to get away, his left foot was run over on the tracks near 4th street and E.K. Gaylord, the cops say.

Police originally reported that he was hit while walking on the tracks, and on Monday they clarified that he was crawling under the train when he was beaten.

After the terrible accident, he was able to shoot down a nearby person for help, according to KFOR.

Although he lost his foot, he is doing well and is recovering.

Loccident was a second-year student at the University of Central Oklahoma, where he played football as a cornerback.

The cops say that his foot was cut in the accident, but otherwise he is doing well. Train in the photo above

The cops say that his foot was cut in the accident, but otherwise he is doing well. Train in the photo above

The cops say that his foot was cut in the accident, but otherwise he is doing well. Train in the photo above

Police arrived at the tracks in downtown Oklahoma City after Loccident was hit on Sunday

Police arrived at the tracks in downtown Oklahoma City after Loccident was hit on Sunday

Police arrived at the tracks in downtown Oklahoma City after Loccident was hit on Sunday

The soccer star shined in his Division II team competing in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. He recorded 15 tackles in the team's first two games this season.

The UCO athletics department said in a statement that Loccident and his family have the full support of the school.

"The athletic department of the University of Central Oklahoma wishes to extend its full support to the Loccident family following an accident involving Derek Loccident on Sunday morning," UCO officials said in a statement.

Loccident was a second-year student at the University of Central Oklahoma, where he played football as a cornerback. Your school shared a statement in your name after the accident

Loccident was a second-year student at the University of Central Oklahoma, where he played football as a cornerback. Your school shared a statement in your name after the accident

Loccident was a second-year student at the University of Central Oklahoma, where he played football as a cornerback. Your school shared a statement in your name after the accident

"The only thing that matters at the moment is that Derek knows he has our full support, we are here for him, it is important that his family also knows it, this is not about him being a soccer player at the moment, it is that he is a man for whom we are here, "said his trainer Nick Bobech.

A GoFundMe account has been set up to raise money for your medical expenses.

The railway company is investigating the incident.

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