OUR VIEW: Don’t leave safety behind in push for railroad traffic
There’s danger lurking on South Dakota’s prairies, and it’s something that — if unchecked — will eventually lead to serious injury and possibly death.
As more train track is renovated and replaced, and as more corn is hauled away from the region, trains are becoming more prevalent in south-central South Dakota. The result is a greater potential for accidents.
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