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Libby driver accused of DUI after head-on train-Jeep crash

(Source: Missoulian, April 5, 2012)

MISSOULA, Mont. Two Libby area residents escaped injury Wednesday morning when their 1991 Jeep Cherokee was hit by a northbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe train.

Montana Highway Patrol Sgt. Duane Bowers said the vehicle became stuck in deep gravel along the train tracks on Burlington Northern Railway private property, near mile post 8 on the Jennings Haul Road. Both the passenger and the driver were clear of the vehicle at the time of crash and neither one was injured.

Full story: Missoulian

Thursday, April 05, 2012

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