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Kan. Deputy Saves Trucker from Train


Sedgwick County (Kan.) Sheriff's Deputy John Scaglione responded to an accident where a cement truck had flipped onto railroad tracks. He pulled the driver to safety moments before a train struck the truck. Read the full story here.

January 29, 2013
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Tags: Sedgwick County (Kan.) Sheriff, Officer Heroism


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Clem @ 1/29/2013 3:52 PM

Right time, Right place, Right man! Good job!

Nichole @ 1/30/2013 4:27 AM

I don't mean to be a douche, but I don't see anyone helping that guy, I see him walking by himself and the officers on the other side of the cars from him.

Ja Tu @ 1/31/2013 7:10 AM

@ Nichole Right...and because you didnt see it in the far away grainy video then, of course, it didnt happen....typical response of an overly opinionated person drunken on ignorance.

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