A lone runner in January jogs over the rail crossing at North McCarver St. and Ruston Way, which has been the scene of two fatal train pedestrian collisions in the past two years. Lawyer Phil deMaine is helping mobilize friends and family members of the victims in a campaign to force the city of Tacoma and BNSF to make safety upgrades at the crossing.
A lone runner in January jogs over the rail crossing at North McCarver St. and Ruston Way, which has been the scene of two fatal train pedestrian collisions in the past two years. Lawyer Phil deMaine is helping mobilize friends and family members of the victims in a campaign to force the city of Tacoma and BNSF to make safety upgrades at the crossing. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
A lone runner in January jogs over the rail crossing at North McCarver St. and Ruston Way, which has been the scene of two fatal train pedestrian collisions in the past two years. Lawyer Phil deMaine is helping mobilize friends and family members of the victims in a campaign to force the city of Tacoma and BNSF to make safety upgrades at the crossing. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

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