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Police: Missing Kansas woman found dead near railroad tracks

ELLIS COUNTY —The Ellis Police Department released more details Friday afternoon into the disappearance of a 53-year-old Ellis woman. According to Ellis Chief of Police Avery Smith, the body of 53-year-old Twila Wilson was found just after 9:30 a.m. Friday approximately 1,000 feet to the west of the Cottonwood Street railroad crossing.
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Kansas woman dead after being hit by train, police say

ELLIS, Kan. (KSNW) — An Ellis, Kansas, woman was found dead on Friday after Ellis police believe she was hit by a train. A news release says that on July 1, around 7:09 a.m., the Ellis Police Department (EPD) was notified of a possible missing person. 53-year-old Twila Wilson was reported missing after not showing […]

Woman dies after being struck by a train in Ellis County

ELLIS, Kan. (KWCH) - The Ellis Police Department said a woman died after she was struck by a train while walking on along the tracks. Police said Twila Wilson, 53, was called in as a missing person on Friday around 7:09 a.m. after she failed to show up for work.

Police: Missing Kansas woman presumed to be struck by train

WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - It is believed that Twila Wilson, a 53-year-old from Ellis, Kansas, was struck by a train as she was crossing the tracks. The Ellis Police Department say that they were notified that Twila was missing around 7:09 on July 1 after she did not show up to her work. Twila's vehicle was then found in the 900 block of Cottonwood Street along with her cell phone.
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How good are the Bee Jays at midpoint?

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Moss-Thorns exhibit at FHSU focuses on animal mistreatment

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Hammond kicks off campaign for 111th district

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Schedule Release: 2022-23 Concordia Shooting Sports

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Larks win in Ter Beek’s final night

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Hays Kite Festival celebrates 40 years of CVB

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