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4 dead after train hits parade float carrying wounded veterans

 
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11/17/2012 09:24 PM
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4 dead after train hits parade float carrying wounded veterans
Sgt Joshua Michael, a Purple Heart recipient, was killed along with three other people when a train slammed into a parade float they were riding to a veterans’ banquet in Midland, Texas, but not before committing one final act of heroism by pushing his wife off the doomed vehicle.

The victim, identified by authorities as Sgt Joshua Michael, 34, was among the 26 people riding on a flatbed truck en route to a ‘Show of Support’ dinner in their honor when a Union Pacific freight train suddenly appeared on the tracks and ploughed through the float.

According to Michael’s mother-in-law, Mary Hefley, the Iraq war veteran pushed his wife of 15 years, Daylyn, off the float just moments before impact, saving her life in the process

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11/17/2012 09:40 PM

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Re: 4 dead after train hits parade float carrying wounded veterans
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A pissed off American veteran!
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11/17/2012 10:02 PM
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Re: 4 dead after train hits parade float carrying wounded veterans
That was so crazy. Did the driver survive? He was either distracted as he followed the truck in front or something even worse.
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11/17/2012 10:05 PM
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Re: 4 dead after train hits parade float carrying wounded veterans
That's the fate of many returning soldiers. They make it through the horrors of war unscathed, then die a violent death at home.

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