Guymon pedestrian dies after hit by train PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 December 2010 14:14

 

By TRAVIS RUIZ
• Guymon Daily Herald
GUYMON, Okla. — A 47-year-old Guymon woman was killed Christmas Eve after being struck by a train, authorities said.
The accident occurred around 11:35 Friday night on the train tracks just north of the Fourth Street and Ellison crossing.
Police explain that 47-year-old Rhonda Grisham appeared to be on the railroad tracks waving at the train and attempted to jump out of the way at the last moment and didn’t make it.
The accident did have an eyewitness, and that’s how police were notified of the accident.
Nearly all rail crossings throughout the city were blocked for several hours, awaiting the arrival of a medical examiner. The only tracks open were Southeast Fifth Street and Hurliman Road.

 

 
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