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    Thirty-one cars of a Norfolk and Southern Railroad train derailed about 6 a.m. Monday along Dawkins Road near Webster Road in New Haven, leaving twisted rails, mangled cars and tankers in ditches along the tracks.
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Saving lives not just its own reward

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Cpl. Jeremy Tinkel, left, of the Allen County Sheriff’s Department, Lt. Tony Maze, of the, Fort Wayne Police Department, and officer Jason Bohde, of the New Haven Police Department, accept awards Tuesday at the Rousseau Centre on behalf of their departments for year-round efforts to improve traffic safety and save lives with Operation Pull Over. Along with the plaque, each department was awarded $6,000 to buy traffic safety equipment.

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