Scene in Edmonds: On the rails

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Mei Dayton-Celt was walking near the Dayton Street railroad crossing on Saturday between 5-6 p.m. when she spotted this car sitting on the railroad tracks. According to Edmonds police spokesman Sgt. Josh McClure, the car’s driver told police that she was making a turn northbound onto Railroad Avenue from Dayton when she mistakenly turned onto the tracks instead, and became stuck. Police were able to tow her off the tracks, McClure said.
Mei Dayton-Celt was walking near the Dayton Street railroad crossing on Saturday between 5-6 p.m. when she spotted this car sitting on the railroad tracks. According to Edmonds police spokesman Sgt. Josh McClure, the car’s driver told police that she was making a turn northbound onto Railroad Avenue from Dayton when she mistakenly turned onto the tracks instead, and became stuck. Police were able to tow the car off the tracks, McClure said.

4 Replies to “Scene in Edmonds: On the rails”

  1. Why should the citizens pay for it? The rails are used for commerce, the railroads could certainly bond for the construction taking in account the economic growth over say 25-50 years. THat is the great thing about rail, it will be in use long past most peoples lives.

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