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Lawsuits Filed Days After Deadly Amtrak Crash

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The first lawsuits have been filed only days after an Amtrak train collision and derailment in rural Missouri that left four people dead and injured up to 150 others. In a federal lawsuit filed Friday, surviving passenger Janet Williams of Dubuque, Iowa, named Amtrak,...
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Gomez walks off Jacksonville to end three-game skid

MEMPHIS, TN – The Memphis Redbirds walked off the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp in game five of a six-game series at AutoZone Park on Saturday night, winning the game by a final score of 4-3. Right fielder Moises Gomez came to the plate with the bases loaded and no one out in the bottom of the tenth inning, looking for his first base hit of the game. The right-handed hitter, still in his first week at Triple-A, drove a line drive to center field to score pinch runner Delvin Perez.
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Two from Atlanta community injured in crash on Highway 63

Two Macon County residents were hurt Friday afternoon when a sports utility vehicle traveled into the path of a car on Highway 63. Two passengers in the car, 28-year-old Theresa Licht and 23-year-old Justice Licht, both of Atlanta, were taken to Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville. Injuries were moderate for Theresa and minor for Justice Licht. The driver of the car, 51-year-old Randy Licht of Macon, and the driver of the sports utility vehicle, 64-year-old Brenda Dawson of Bevier, were not reported hurt.
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Ronald Snyder

Brookfield resident, Ronald Snyder, 88, died Monday, June 27, 2022. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Wedensday, July 6 at Delaney Funeral Home in Marceline. Visitation is 1 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial is in Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Jacksonville.
BROOKFIELD, MO

Amtrak sues owner of truck hit in fatal Missouri derailment

Amtrak is suing the owner of the truck that was hit by a train in Missouri, leading to a fatal derailment. The lawsuit filed Thursday seeks $75,000 from MS Contracting, which operated the dump truck that was struck by a train on 27 June. It alleges that the truck’s driver, Billy Dean Barton II, was aware that it was unsafe to cross the tracks when he did so because he could see that the train was on its way toward the crossing. “Despite the fact that it was unsafe, careless and reckless to do so because of the clearly...
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