guest

Little Rock, AR

#1 Oct 21, 2012
Who got killed by train south of Steele Mo. sat. eve?
Info

United States

#2 Oct 21, 2012
guest

United States

#3 Oct 21, 2012
Scott was the guy that ran Woods lumber in Steele. Prayers to his family.
Saddened

United States

#4 Oct 21, 2012
Tragic. Was the crossing signal not working properly? Or did he not see the train until it was too late? Prayers to the family.
Friend

Haslet, TX

#6 Oct 21, 2012
There is no a crossing at this particular part of the tracks. He was comi g from his home when this occurred. He seen the train late from what I have been told and as he hit his brakes the loose gravel caused him to continue and onto the path of the train. I know this family really well and it saddens me to hear of this. He was a great family man as I can't imagine what his wife and two sons are going through. He was very involved in his family, church, job and community. We always hear he was one of the greatest people we have ever met, well he was just that. I never once heard a bad thing from anyone about him. May the good lord wrap his arms around this family as they now have to find their way and move on without the man they called husband and father. Rest in peace Scott you will be missed.
Interesting

Kennett, MO

#7 Oct 21, 2012
Friend wrote:
There is no a crossing at this particular part of the tracks. He was comi g from his home when this occurred. He seen the train late from what I have been told and as he hit his brakes the loose gravel caused him to continue and onto the path of the train. I know this family really well and it saddens me to hear of this. He was a great family man as I can't imagine what his wife and two sons are going through. He was very involved in his family, church, job and community. We always hear he was one of the greatest people we have ever met, well he was just that. I never once heard a bad thing from anyone about him. May the good lord wrap his arms around this family as they now have to find their way and move on without the man they called husband and father. Rest in peace Scott you will be missed.
Thank you for explaining this factually and speaking well of him.
another friend

Pearcy, AR

#8 Oct 21, 2012
Friend wrote:
There is no a crossing at this particular part of the tracks. He was comi g from his home when this occurred. He seen the train late from what I have been told and as he hit his brakes the loose gravel caused him to continue and onto the path of the train. I know this family really well and it saddens me to hear of this. He was a great family man as I can't imagine what his wife and two sons are going through. He was very involved in his family, church, job and community. We always hear he was one of the greatest people we have ever met, well he was just that. I never once heard a bad thing from anyone about him. May the good lord wrap his arms around this family as they now have to find their way and move on without the man they called husband and father. Rest in peace Scott you will be missed.
He was a great guy. World would be alot better if we had more like him. He will be missed.

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