Homer man injured when train hits car

HOMER, Neb. (AP) - A Homer man was injured when a train hit his car in Dakota County.  Dakota County Sheriff Chris Kleinberg says the crash happened a little after noon Sunday at a crossing just north of Homer.  The driver of the car was Tony C. Josta, of rural Homer.  Kleinberg says he was flown by helicopter to a Sioux City hospital.  Investigators don't know why Josta's car was on the tracks.