Update: Attorney confirms Jane Train has died
Submitted by New Jersey Truck Crash Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark.
Local musician Janet Rains, known as Jane Train, has died after being removed from life support, her attorney confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
“Janet has passed,” attorney Ed Ciarimboli said. “Her family and friends want to thank everybody for their prayers and support over the last five weeks.”
Train, known off the stage as 48-year-old Pittston resident Janet Rains, was severely injured in July after a tractor-trailer accident in Florida.
One person was killed after the RV she was riding in was hit by a truck on Interstate 75 in Micanopy, Florida, according to the Gainesville Sun newspaper. David Zablidowsky, the bassist for Adrenaline Mob, was killed in the accident, the New York Daily News reported. Train was the tour manager for the New York-based metal band. Zablidowsky was a member of Trans-Siberian Orchestra and had performed with the group in Wilkes-Barre.
Jason McCloe, 41, of Wilkes-Barre, who was driving the RV, and Robert Dressler, 45, of Plains Twp., were also seriously injured, according to the Florida paper.
Train became known in the Wilkes-Barre area music scene as lead singer for the band M80.
Ciarimboli represents Train in litigation against the truck driver and trucking company. He said she died around 3 p.m. after being removed from life support earlier Wednesday.
Originally published here by citizensvoice.com