Operation Lifesaver Statement: FEB. 3rd 2015 COMMUTER TRAIN CROSSING CRASH

Operation Lifesaver released a statement from President Joyce Rose regarding the February 3, 2015 COMMUTER TRAIN CROSSING CRASH

Below is the statement.  See the release online: http://bit.ly/1Df12fE http://bit.ly/1Df12fE

February 4, 2015                                                                                                                                   Statement FROM JOYCE ROSE,

OPERATION LIFESAVER, INC. PRESIDENT

on the FEB. 3rd 2015 COMMUTER TRAIN CROSSING CRASH

Yesterday’s tragic collision of an SUV and a Metro-North commuter train highlights the critical need for all drivers to use caution at every highway-rail grade crossing. This incident illustrates all too well the devastating results that vehicle-train crashes at highway-rail grade crossings can have on families and communities throughout the United States.

Every three hours in the U.S., a vehicle or a person is hit by a train. The mission of Operation Lifesaver, Inc. is to educate motorists and pedestrians about the potential dangers that they face at all highway-rail intersections and along train tracks. Our nationwide safety campaign urges: “See Tracks? Think Train!”

Our thoughts are with the families and the communities affected by this incident.

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About Operation Lifesaver

Operation Lifesaver’s mission is to end collisions, deaths and injuries at highway-rail grade crossings and along railroad rights of way. A national network of trained volunteers provides free presentations on rail safety. Learn more at http://www.oli.org; follow OLI on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/operation.lifesaver and Twitter: https://twitter.com/olinational Look, Listen, and Live! Operation Lifesaver, Inc. 1420 King Street, Suite 201 Alexandria, VA 22314 http://www.oli.o

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