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Engineer's quick thinking praised

Warning averted serious injuries in train crash

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / October 28, 2006

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WRENTHAM -- Commuter rail engineer Jeffrey Constantineau sees potential accidents on the rails every day -- people walking beside the tracks with earphones on, a pack of children racing a commuter train on a dirt road beside the tracks, cars slaloming around dropped safety gates. (Full article: 380 words)

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