Saturday, October 10, 2020

Johnson County Car Vs. Train Crash Kills 3

Johnson County Car Vs. Train Crash Kills 3

Tragic scene tonight in the deepest corner of the Golden Ghetto, here's the first report:

3 dead, 1 in critical condition after vehicle v. train crash in Johnson County, Kansas

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Three people are dead and one person is in critical condition after a train and vehicle crash Saturday night in Johnson County, Kansas. Johnson County, Kansas, sheriff's deputies responded to a dispatch call around 6:37 p.m. in the area of 166th Street and Mission Road for a train v.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Google maps shows it as a wide open field and dirt road. Someone drove across it and tried to go over tracks? You could have seen the train 1/2 a mile away.

Anonymous said...

PICK THE BEST POSSIBILITY OR SUBMIT YOUR OWN

Stupid youth racing the train?
Suicidal driver?
Pizza delivery guy running late but hoping for a tip?
Quinton Lucas driving home drunk from Kansas?
Distracted driver on phone?
Car full of kids with the stereo blasting?
Antifa/BLM on the way to a protest?

Anonymous said...

11:15 and 11:28 are both likely right. The driver definitely left the road to be on those railroad tracks. Drunk daredevils?

Jim said...

All of you are wrong. We live nearby, and drove by yesterday. There are trees on both sides of the tracks and the crossing, on private property, is above the road grade. A train coming from either direction would be virtually invisible until you were on the tracks. The victims all seem like 40-ish nice guys. This is a tragedy.

Scott said...

Yes, this is a tragedy and they were all good guys with families and young kids who live right there in a nearby subdivision.

Scott said...

Yes, this is a tragedy and they were all good guys with families and young kids who live right there in a nearby subdivision.

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