Knowing the rules about railroad safety could save your life; that's the message from a group of Union Pacific workers Thursday.
They spoke to students at Mesa View elementary about the dangers around tracks, shared safety tips, and showed videos to the kids.
It's all part of a campaign called “Operation Life Saver” is designed to educate both drivers and pedestrians to make safe decisions at crossings and learn the laws on trespassing on railroad crossings.
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