(DENMARK TOWNSHIP) -- A 69-year-old mid-Michigan man drove his sport utility vehicle two miles along railroad tracks in Tuscola County before the vehicle somehow caught fire. State Police from the Caro Post say the Midland man escaped injury and may face drunken driving and other charges. The man turned east on Sunday evening onto the Huron & Eastern Railway tracks from a northbound road in Denmark Township near Richville. He drove down the railroad tracks and crossed M-46 before catching on fire. It is not known what caused the fire. Officials say the railroad tracks sustained significant damage as a result of the fire. The man was not injured. He was arrested for operating while intoxicated and trespassing on railroad property. He was lodged in the Tuscola County Jail. The driver's name will not be released until he is formally charged in 71st District Court.