Operation LIfesaver

Operation LIfesaver and Norfolk Southern sponsored a special safety train Tuesday in New Haven to help raise public awareness of safety around trains, crossings and railroad property.

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Operation Lifesaver sounds whistle for railroad safety

Photos by Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
RIGHT: Mark Kalina Jr. was part of Operation Lifesaver, promoting safety around trains, crossings and railroad property. Kalina shared his story of how he lost his legs in 2012 while trespassing on railroad property.
ABOVE: Engineer Terry Kelly waits for tracks to clear in Fort Wayne before the Operation Lifesaver train can leave the Norfolk Southern yard in New Haven on Tuesday.

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