A long strip of yellow barricade tape remains after Olympia police and fire personnel were called at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday to the area of Seventh Avenue and Cherry Street to help a bleeding man who was screaming at the front door of a nearby residence, saying he had been hit by a train in the rail tunnel.
A long strip of yellow barricade tape remains after Olympia police and fire personnel were called at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday to the area of Seventh Avenue and Cherry Street to help a bleeding man who was screaming at the front door of a nearby residence, saying he had been hit by a train in the rail tunnel. The Olympian
A long strip of yellow barricade tape remains after Olympia police and fire personnel were called at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday to the area of Seventh Avenue and Cherry Street to help a bleeding man who was screaming at the front door of a nearby residence, saying he had been hit by a train in the rail tunnel. The Olympian

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