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Woman’s truck hit by UP train after GPS leads her to railroad tracks

(Source: Television station KSAT, February 12, 2020)

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — A woman narrowly avoided being hit by a train after her truck’s GPS system led her to some railroad tracks early Wednesday morning, San Antonio police said. According to police, the driver of the pickup truck followed the directions of her GPS and was led to the railroad tracks. That’s when, police said, a person driving by was able to pull over and help her get out of the truck just before a train crashed into it.

Full story: www.ksat.com

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

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