FRA Wants More Action to Prevent Grade Crossing Fatalities

The administrator of the Federal Railroad Administration is calling for greater action to prevent fatalities at the nation’s more than 200,000 railroad crossings. The call from Sarah E. Feinberg comes several significant incidents in recent weeks that have killed parents and their children at railroad crossings. “Over the last six weeks, there have been three significant, tragic railroad crossing incidents. Each took the lives of parents and young children,” Feinberg said in a release. “In San Leandro, California, a mother and her 3-year-old child were killed. In Colorado, a mother, a father and three of their four young children were killed on the way

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