Riverside police officers hit residents on train safety before locomotives can
RIVERSIDE – It figures. As soon as the police show up, everyone decided to behave themselves around trains.
Riverside police officers Jeff Miller and Mike Panek said motorists and pedestrians alike were adhering to laws for crossing the train tracks at Longcommon Road on Tuesday morning. The officers were there as part of the village's enforcement program regarding train safety.
"As soon as people see us here, they obey the rules," Panek said, adding he often observes people breaking the law at the railroad crossing when police officers aren't visible.
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