Mexico man seriously injured near railroad tracks

Posted 12/6/21

On Wednesday, Dec. 1 at approximately 2:08 a.m., MPSD responded to the Morris Street railroad crossing in reference to an injured person.  Responding personnel learned that an area resident was …

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Mexico man seriously injured near railroad tracks

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On Wednesday, Dec. 1 at approximately 2:08 a.m., MPSD responded to the Morris Street railroad crossing in reference to an injured person.  Responding personnel learned that an area resident was walking across the tracks and found James T Hicks, 40, of Mexico, along the tracks just east of the crossing.  Hicks had serious injuries and the resident got the attention of an Audrain County Sheriff’s Deputy who was driving by.  Audrain Ambulance District responded and transported Hicks to University Hospital.  There had been a train stopped in that area, which left about 15 minutes prior to the call.  The incident is still under investigation.

Anyone with information about this or any other crime is asked to contact CRIMESTOPPERS at (800) 392-TIPS or (800) 392-8477 or Mexico Public Safety at (573) 473-5800 or (573) 581-2100.

 

On Wednesday, Dec. 1 at approximately 2:08 a.m., MPSD responded to the Morris Street railroad crossing in reference to an injured person.  Responding personnel learned that an area resident was walking across the tracks and found James T Hicks, 40, of Mexico, along the tracks just east of the crossing.  Hicks had serious injuries and the resident got the attention of an Audrain County Sheriff’s Deputy who was driving by.  Audrain Ambulance District responded and transported Hicks to University Hospital.  There had been a train stopped in that area, which left about 15 minutes prior to the call.  The incident is still under investigation.

Anyone with information about this or any other crime is asked to contact CRIMESTOPPERS at (800) 392-TIPS or (800) 392-8477 or Mexico Public Safety at (573) 473-5800 or (573) 581-2100.

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