4 CSX Workers Injured in Crossing Accident

Four CSX employees were struck by a motor vehicle at a grade crossing on Monday and taken to a hospital for treatment. The incident occurred at Bradner, about 20 miles south of Toledo.

Trains magazine Newswire reported that the the employees were part of a rail gang that was in the process of closing the crossing at the time of the incident.

According to railroad spokeswoman Carla Groleau, the three employees were struck and the fourth was injured in the incident, which occurred just before noon.

The Fostoria Times Review reported that the driver drove around two sets of barricades and into the construction zone before striking a utility pole, an unoccupied CSX truck, and the workers.

The incident occurred at Bradner Road along the Pemberville Subdivision on a former Chesapeake & Ohio main line between Columbus and Toledo.

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2 Responses to “4 CSX Workers Injured in Crossing Accident”

  1. Jonathan Caswell Says:

    Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    LABEL THIS: STUPID, JACKASS, TOTALLY UNCARING FOR THE RULE OF LAW AND BASIC HUMAN VALUES-TYPE BLOCKHEAD DRIVER!!!!!

  2. Jonathan Caswell Says:

    WHAT A KNUCKLEHEAD!!!!

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