Wednesday’s traffic back-up in LF caused by a drunk person

When someone reported a man had been struck by a train Wednesday, south of the Broadway railroad crossing in Little Falls, traffic was stopped and backed up for about 45 minutes east and west of the railroad.

When Little Falls police arrived, they learned the man had not been hit by a train, but was highly intoxicated. The subject, identified as Charles S. Campbell of Little Falls, was transported by Gold Cross Ambulance to St. Gabriel’s Hospital to be evaluated.

 

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