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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Women save driver stuck on Joco railroad tracks


Last night in JoCo, two young women helped pull a man from a car that was stuck on the railroad tracks -- just before a train hit the vehicle, the Johnson County Sheriff's Office reports. It happened a little before midnight, near 167th and U.S. 169. The driver had allegedly gone around the barricades and gotten high-centered, the sheriff's office said. After the driver, Geoffrey Jensen, was treated at a hospital, he was booked into New Century for allegedly driving on a suspended license and a registration violation.


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