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Locomotive engineer injured on stopped CSX train in Ohio

(Source: WHIO, August 21, 2014)

VANDALIA, Ohio — Medics used an ATV to reach a man injured on a CSX train engine Thursday night that stopped due to engine trouble. The engineer, who was taken to Miami Valley Hospital, was injured while he was checking the engine, said Capt. Duane Stitzel of the Vandalia Fire Department. Medics found him laying on the floor of the locomotive cab, complaining of hip pain and unable to use his legs. It is unknown how he became injured.

Full story: www.whio.com

Friday, August 22, 2014

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