Man pulled off railroad tracks Wednesday says he's not suicidal, can't remember incident
MOORHEAD - Good Samaritans here pulled a man off railroad tracks Wednesday night before he was hit by an oncoming train.
It was about 11:30 p.m. when a woman saw the man lying on the railroad tracks, apparently in a mental health crisis, said Lt. Tory Jacobsen of the Moorhead Police Department.
The woman, identified by WDAY as licensed counselor Colette Kuznia, couldn't get the man off the tracks herself, and called for the help of strangers, Jacobsen said.
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