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  • Stop at railroad crossings - because trains can't

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Federal Railroad Administration have launched a new railroad crossing safety ad campaign, the latest in a two-year effort to reverse the uptick in railroad crossing fatalities. Its message is simple: Stop. Trains can’t. Read more: http://bit.ly/2oi5Eyx

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Federal Railroad Administration have launched a new railroad crossing safety ad campaign, the latest in a two-year effort to reverse the uptick in railroad crossing fatalities. Its message is simple: Stop. Trains can’t. Read more: http://bit.ly/2oi5Eyx
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Federal Railroad Administration have launched a new railroad crossing safety ad campaign, the latest in a two-year effort to reverse the uptick in railroad crossing fatalities. Its message is simple: Stop. Trains can’t. Read more: http://bit.ly/2oi5Eyx

Ever driven over a soda can? That’s about the same as a train driving over your car

April 10, 2017 5:00 AM