Indiana Auto Accident Attorney Warns About Railroad Crossings
Every railroad crossing should have either a stop sign, crossing bars or some type of warning system to alert drivers of oncoming . Unfortunately, in Indiana , not all do and a lot of drivers forget that when there is a meeting between a train and a motor vehicle , the motor vehicle is more likely to lose. Three ladies in Boone County this week were in a car that did not see the train and collided. Death and serious injuries resulted. Anytime you cross a railroad track regardless of the presence or absence of signs or warning systems you are best to assume that there is a train coming until you are sure of the absence of a train. Collisions that can result in serious injuries or death can be prevented with a little common sense and extra caution.