A flagman was in the roadway to stop the traffic and the train was blowing the horn, said investigator Perry Schellpfeffer, spokesman for Englewood Police.
drove around the flagman and onto the tracks, the train hit the car on the passenger side and pushed it north about 50 feet along the tracks.
The driver was cited for disregarding a railroad flagman.
was extremely lucky that she
wasn't hurt any worse," said Schellpfeffer
doesn't appear to be any type of criminal.
just a little old lady out there driving."
says it would be appropriate to revisit this woman's competency for driving, as allowed by Colorado law.
wouldn't want to see a new law that sets a firm age limit for keeping a driver's license.
"People are at different competency levels at different ages," he
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