Police investigate death of Illinois man

Police investigate death of Illinois man

There are 1 comment on the Quad-City Times story from Oct 26, 2007, titled Police investigate death of Illinois man. In it, Quad-City Times reports that:

The Carroll County Sheriff's Department is investigating the death of a man who apparently fell from a railroad bridge onto a moving freight train early Friday. via Quad-City Times

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Courtnee Worden

Milledgeville, IL

#1 Jun 5, 2008
yeah sorry but he didn't fall off the bridge and i think it is bogus that the cops let his "friends" go. My friend was friends with one of the guys that was there with him that night. She said that he told her that they were going to the bridge and they were suppose to both jump off and onto a train, when they got up there he pushed him off into the train and watched him die. He said that they got scared so they ran, but then decided that they would call the cops 4 hours later. What kind of shit is that. Some lady had a sezure in front of my house today and as soon as i seen her i called the cops

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