Woman with Racine ties fighting for her life after Texas train wreck

CREATED Nov 17, 2012

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The woman's sister says she has been communicating with family and friends at the hospital by squeezing her hand.


Overall, four people were killed and 17 others injured in the crash.

Today, NTSB investigators will be testing the train signals at the site where the deadly collision happened.

WEST TEXAS - New information on a terrible train accident in West Texas Thursday. The daughter of a Racine couple is in critical condition following the collision.

The Racine Journal Times reports that 48-year-old Meg Stevens-Ladner had to have her leg amputated after a train collided with a float carrying wounded veterans and their families.