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Sandpoint woman killed by train

SAGLE, Idaho (AP) — A 25-year-old Sandpoint woman was killed when her car was struck by a northbound BNSF Railway train at a crossing near Sagle in northern Idaho.

The Idaho State Police says Kaitlin Marie Brosh was eastbound on Heath Lake Road and traveling toward U.S. Highway 95 when she failed to yield to the oncoming train at 4:25 p.m. Tuesday.

Her car was struck and Brosh was partially ejected. She died at the scene.



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