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On a frosty wintery day in another state I had two family members begin their long quiet sleep when hit by a train. A train whistle could have saved their lives and spared the other family member in the car a life long brain injury. The physical layout of the crossing was different than in the Washougal area, yes but let's not forget the reason for those whistles in the first place. To save lives and prevent injuries.
April 8, 2011 at 10:07 a.m.
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