FORT WORTH -- A Kennedale truck driver died early Sunday at a Fort Worth hospital from injuries he suffered on June 29 when his flatbed truck and an Amtrak Texas Eagle collided at a private crossing in west Arlington.Raan Hunter, 32, died at 12:40 a.m. at John Peter Smith Hospital, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner's office website. A ruling on his death was pending an autopsy, the website stated.Hunter suffered a severe head injury, a broken left leg, a lacerated liver and broken ribs and sternum in the wreck. He also suffered numerous internal injuries and bruises, Megan Hunter, his wife, told the Star-Telegram a few days after the accident.The accident happened about 5 p.m. June 29 when Hunter's truck collided with the Amtrak Texas Eagle which was bound for San Antonio. The truck's cab was wedged beneath the train and dragged about 300 feet.No one on the train was seriously injured.Hunter's wife said her husband remained unresponsive and the family had not been told how the accident occurred.Arlington police said they didn't investigate because the accident happened on private property. The crossing is near West Division and Dottie Lynn Parkway and leads to Howell Farms, an events facility.Amtrak officials did not return telephone calls last week requesting information about the wreck.Raquel Espinoza, a Union Pacific spokeswoman, said last week that the crossing had stop signs and railroad crossing signs."There is also a whistle board marker before the crossing," Espinoza said. "That's a sign for the train to blow its whistle."This report includes information from Star-Telegram archives.Domingo Ramirez Jr., 817-390-7763Twitter: @mingoramirezjr.