Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Apr 09, 2021 in Local
KINGMAN, AZ - Three people were killed on Saturday when a train struck two vehicles at a crossing near Kingman, Fox 5 reports.
According to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, the accident took place shortly before 2:45 p.m. on April 4, in Golden Valley, a community about 11 miles west of Kingman.
Initial investigations suggest that the two vehicles had been waiting for an eastbound train to pass. After it did, the vehicles pulled forward, directly into the path of a westbound train their drivers apparently had not seen.
The victims have been identified as 72-year-old Larry Whatley, 49-year-old Virginia Voyles, and 54-year-old Wesley Hoagland.
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