Woman Hit by Train, expected to Make Full Recovery
Prince George, B.C. – Police say a 46-year-old woman is lucky to be alive after she was struck by a train near First Avenue and Dominion Street last night.
Prince George RCMP Corporal Craig Douglass says police received the report at about 9:00 p.m.
He says police and other first responders arrived to find an adult female under a locomotive in the CN Rail yard. The woman was removed and transported to hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries
“Investigators believe that the heavily intoxicated woman was trespassing on CN Rail property and laid down on the tracks,” says Douglass. “It is not yet clear how long she was there before a train approached.”
In the mean time the investigation continues and he says charges against the woman may be considered.
In light of this incident, Douglass reminds people “that railway tracks are dangerous as well as private property.”
How long before some slick lawyer has her suing C.N. for damages.
after all it has to be C.N.’s fault, they put the tracks there.
I am done with the sarcasm now.
Glad it turned out with no serious injuries.
The moral of the story.
rail tracks are not comfortable or safe places to rest.
There have been many deaths over the years in the CN Yards. This person is extremely lucky to be alive.
You all are some of the most assumptive whiners that ever there was! Hope she’s ok! Same with the poor girl in the car at the pet store. This site is filthy with negativity.
Stating a fact is not whining. And yes, some very silly comments concerning the pet store collision.
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