Then the officer lets loose a string of swear words as the train unexpectedly started rolling again. "Tell them to stop moving". They're dragging the auto, there are people still inside'.
"Get them to stop, stop that train!", the officer yells.
He ran to an ambulance and asked them to help. "They're dragging this auto". When the officer arrived on scene, he started trying to get the two people trapped inside the vehicle out. Eventually, a fire truck was able to alert the train conductor to stop. "We're getting them to stop", he yelled. The people inside the vehicle were flown by Life Flight to Memorial Hermann Hospital. The driver, a man who has not been publicly identified by police, was last listed in serious condition.
Police say the engineer did not realize the SUV was wedged under the train before moving.
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Two people are still missing but that number may increase, deputies said on Sunday as the extent of the damage became more clear. Elsewhere in the USA , officials are concerned flooding could impact the start of classes next month. "We got a lot worse news".
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The 30-year-old midfielder made 23 Premier League starts last season as Hull were relegated to the Championship. The England global has left the Tigers after the Rams activated the release clause in his contract.
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That brings us to the present day. "People who need (comprehensive) benefits go to those policies, which become more expensive". The CBO estimated the original bill would increase the number of uninsured Americans by 22 million by the end of 2026.