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Two killed in Gary car accident

Apr 15, 2008 | Auto Accident, Personal Injury

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April 15, 2008

Two Indiana people were killed in a Gary car accident after their vehicle collided with an Amtrak train.

The Associated Press reported that the victims in the Gary car accident ignored the warning of the oncoming train and drove around the flashing, crossing gate. As they crossed the tracks, the Amtrak that was traveling at approximately 79 miles per hour struck their vehicle.

None of the passengers aboard the Amtrak were injured in the Gary car accident.

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