• Wix Facebook page
  • Wix Twitter page
  • Wix Google+ page

No Patient Found After Report of Pedestrian Struck on Train Tracks

May 22, 2015

 

Montgomery County Fire Rescue Units were called to the railroad tracks near the intersection of Clopper Road and Clarksburg Road on Friday for a report of pedestrian struck by a CSX train, but no injured party could be located.

   At about 10:45 am on Friday morning the MCFRS dispatch center received information that a young man tried to jump onto a passing CSX freight train but missed, falling and injuring his head near the Boyds MARC Train station.

   MCFRS personnel searched for miles in both directions along the train tracks but were unable to locate any injured parties, according to MCFRS senior spokesman Pete Piringer.

   At one point, a civilian neighbor on horseback arrived to help in search efforts, however no injured person was located.  With no injured party, MCFRS units were dismissed and sent back to their stations. 

 

Photo by Germantown Pulse.

Please reload

Please reload

Featured Posts

Thank You, Germantown, for Five Amazing Years

Morning Storm Floods Many Germantown Roads, Create...

Spirit Comeback Falls Short in 2-1 Loss to North C...

Germantown Glory Fireworks Set to Celebrate the 4t...

Spirit Hope to Remain Unbeaten as They Host Defend...

Germantown Woman Set to Compete for Hot Dog Eating...

Three Teen Girls Sent to Hospital After an Assault

Montgomery County DLC is Changing Its Name to Alco...

Council Reappoints Anderson as Chair of Planning B...

County Forces Planet Fitness to Stop Giving Free P...

Germantown Man Found Guilty of Manslaughter and Ar...

Germantown Market Cited for Selling Egg-Bearing Fe...

Montgomery College Selects Builder for $40 Million...

Council Passes Bill to Allow Tenants to Terminate...

County Leaders to Host Conversation on Racial Equi...

Sullivan Strikes as Spirit Draw on the Road at Rei...

1/1
Please reload

Germantown Pulse has stopped production
of original content for this website,
as of Aug. 1, 2019.
Germantown Pulse continues to provide news and information from other local source through links on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Thank you to our loyal readers and advertisers for a wonderful and fulfilling five years.

Germantown Pulse

Thank You, Germantown, for Five Amazing Years

July 19, 2019

Morning Storm Floods Many Germantown Roads, Create...

July 8, 2019

Spirit Comeback Falls Short in 2-1 Loss to North C...

July 1, 2019

Germantown Glory Fireworks Set to Celebrate the 4t...

July 1, 2019

Spirit Hope to Remain Unbeaten as They Host Defend...

June 28, 2019

1/3
Please reload