JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — In the last three years in Duval County, four people have been killed walking on railroad tracks.
That number may seem pretty small, but there are the unseen victims to consider in these cases as well: The men and women who have to witness a train killing a pedestrian with absolutely nothing they can do to stop it, First Coast News reports.
Read the complete story at First Coast News.
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