UPDATE: Cause of Death Determined in Mt. Airy Train Track Incident

The State Medical Examiner's Office has determined that Andrew Dylan Claborn, 33, of Cleveland died accidentally on the morning of May 29 near the railroad tracks in Mt. Airy after being hit by a train.

Habersham County Assistant Coroner Kenneth Franklin said Claborn died from "multiple blunt force impact trauma."

Claborn's body was spotted and reported by a Norfolk Southern employee on a passing locomotive, although Mt. Airy police chief Tim Jarrell says there is "no video evidence of him [Claborn] in front of the train." "We do have video of a person believed to be him in the area as a train was approaching and passing."

That train could have been the one that struck and killed Claborn, although it is unclear since the employee on a second passing train was the one who alerted Habersham 911.

After receiving the call at approximately 8:23 a.m., authorities from the Mount Airy Police Department, Habersham County Sheriff’s Office and Habersham County Emergency Services arrived on the scene to discover the victim lying face down on the side of the railroad tracks.

Jarrell tells WCHM they have discovered some of Claborn's personal items in an area near where his body was found. Norfolk Southern, along with Mt. Airy police, are still investigating the incident to try to determine why Claborn was near the tracks as well as the events leading up to his death.

Although the cause of death has been released, Jarrell tells WCHM that a requested toxicology report is still pending from the State Medical Examiner.