Valley Authorities Warning Drivers to be Cautious at Railroad Crossings
HARLINGEN – Cameron County authorities are warning drivers to be more cautious at railroad crossings.
A Cameron County deputy says they are patrolling the area and citing several drivers for violations.
According to the Federal Railroad Administration, since 2007, there have been 15 crashes involving trains in Cameron County and 31 in Hidalgo County.
CHANNEL 5’s Christian Von Preysing looks into the dangerous railroad crossings in the Valley and the laws drivers need to know.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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