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Resource ID: #13096
Subject: Transportation
Source: Repository (Canton, Ohio)


Between 1990 and 1995 Ohio had more car-train crashes than all but three other states--Texas, Illinois and Indiana. An in-depth look at Ohio's highway-railroad crossings discovers that Ohio's population and economy make the state particularly prone to car-train collisions. People are being killed while red tape slows the installation of gates and lights at dangerous crossings. (May 12 - 14, 1996)

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