January 6, 2011
The Tribune-Star reports that one person has been injured following a Terre Haute auto accident.
The Terre Haute auto accident happened at the CSX train crossing on Wabash Avenue.
A witness who was at the train crossing told police that the driver of a Toyota Celica approached the intersection at a high rate of speed and attempted to go around the lowered crossing arms to beat the approaching train.
The train collided with the car, causing the Terre Haute auto accident. The train was traveling about 30 miles per hour. The impact of the Terre Haute auto accident threw the victim from the vehicle.
What charges do you think the driver should face if found guilty of disobeying this traffic law and causing the Terre Haute auto accident?
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