Stopping at railroad crossings

By Mark Fagan · March 30, 2009 · Comment on this

John Simpson, public safety manager for the Union Pacific Railroad, explains why pedestrians, cyclists and motorists should stop at railroad crossings. Here's a hint: Trains weigh 12 million pounds or more.)


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