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Empty Intermodal With SD40-2 consist Garden City Alabama.
Empty Intermodal With SD40-2 consist Garden City Alabama.
  • Author: ChappellCSXT Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-06 12:19:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 33°59'53"N - 86°44'47"W
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Chopped brush at Garden City River Park.
Chopped brush at Garden City River Park.
  • Author: ChappellCSXT Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 17:44:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 33°59'54"N - 86°44'48"W
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Future Northbound Middle Hanceville Signal
Future Northbound Middle Hanceville Signal
  • Author: ChappellCSXT Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-05-06 12:07:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°1'0"N - 86°44'48"W
  • Future Double Track
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CSX Garden City Bridge
CSX Garden City Bridge
  • Author: ChappellCSXT Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-04-07 09:27:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 33°59'53"N - 86°44'49"W
  • 4/7/17 the Bridge is getting extensive repairs for the Future CSX Hanceville Double track
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CSX Closed street
CSX Closed street
  • Author: ChappellCSXT Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-04-07 09:22:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°0'23"N - 86°44'49"W
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Future CSX Middle Hanceville Facing South
Future CSX Middle Hanceville Facing South
  • Author: ChappellCSXT Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-05-04 11:59:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°1'6"N - 86°44'46"W
  • 5/4/17
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Future CSX Middle Hanceville Facing north
Future CSX Middle Hanceville Facing north
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  • Date of photography: 2017-05-04 19:14:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°1'1"N - 86°44'47"W
  • 5/4/17
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CSX Train L237
CSX Train L237
  • Author: RailfanTerry Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-16 16:57:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 33°59'50"N - 86°44'57"W
  • CSX L237 heads south bound across the Mulberry Fork River in the late afternoon sun.
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Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-14 20:49:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°0'43"N - 86°44'57"W
  • Multiple emergency response agencies were called into the heart of the Garden City community Tuesday evening. The reason for the response was due to a Cullman e-911 call indicating that an SUV had run through the gasoline pumps at the Garden City Chevron Station at high speeds. The vehicle impacted and leveled to the ground one set of gasoline pumps as it continued southbound along Highway 31. After traveling approximately 1/2 mile, the SUV veered across the center median nearly impacting an oncoming northbound car. After that near miss, the vehicle ten proceeded all the way across to the west side of Highway 31 where it took down road markers and commercial signage. It then plunged through the metal exterior of Helms Custom Upholstery where it came to rest inside the commercial structure. The SUV subsequently caught fire inside the establishment. This created a fully involved automobile fire as well as an internal building fire. Multiple firefighting units from Garden City Fire & Rescue and Hanceville Fire & Rescue rapidly arrived at the location. The blaze was fairly quickly extinguished in and around the car. The firefighting effort inside the building took additional time to finally subdue the flames. The Cullman County Sheriff's Office, Hanceville Police Department, Cullman Emergency Medical Services and the Blountsville Police Department were also active at the scene at various points during the incident. Troopers from Alabama Law Enforcement Agency were on hand to conduct a complete investigation which is still ongoing. It was later determined that the SUV contained one occupant. Tragically, that individual - David Rouse (32) - was pronounced dead at the scene by Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick. Mr. Rouse remained inside the vehicle during the crash and subsequent fires. His driver's license indicated a Falkville address, but he is believed to have been a resident nearby. The circumstances that led to the accident are still unclear. Fortunately, no injuries to bystanders or employees at the Chevron were reported. The automatic shut-off mechanism to the gasoline pumps functioned as designed which limited the amount of raw gasoline released from the pumps. Helms Custom Upholstery sustained significant fire and water damage to the front portion of the large structure. There was major smoke damage throughout the building. The public driveway portion of the Chevron was cordoned off with crime scene tape as a secondary investigation was conducted at that location. The entire situation was large-scale in nature and grim for all parties involved. Prayers went out from both local residents gathered at the scene and from emergency responders alike. cullmantoday.com/2017/02/15/garden-city-fiery-car-crash-t...
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Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-14 21:18:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°0'35"N - 86°44'59"W
  • Multiple emergency response agencies were called into the heart of the Garden City community Tuesday evening. The reason for the response was due to a Cullman e-911 call indicating that an SUV had run through the gasoline pumps at the Garden City Chevron Station at high speeds. The vehicle impacted and leveled to the ground one set of gasoline pumps as it continued southbound along Highway 31. After traveling approximately 1/2 mile, the SUV veered across the center median nearly impacting an oncoming northbound car. After that near miss, the vehicle ten proceeded all the way across to the west side of Highway 31 where it took down road markers and commercial signage. It then plunged through the metal exterior of Helms Custom Upholstery where it came to rest inside the commercial structure. The SUV subsequently caught fire inside the establishment. This created a fully involved automobile fire as well as an internal building fire. Multiple firefighting units from Garden City Fire & Rescue and Hanceville Fire & Rescue rapidly arrived at the location. The blaze was fairly quickly extinguished in and around the car. The firefighting effort inside the building took additional time to finally subdue the flames. The Cullman County Sheriff's Office, Hanceville Police Department, Cullman Emergency Medical Services and the Blountsville Police Department were also active at the scene at various points during the incident. Troopers from Alabama Law Enforcement Agency were on hand to conduct a complete investigation which is still ongoing. It was later determined that the SUV contained one occupant. Tragically, that individual - David Rouse (32) - was pronounced dead at the scene by Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick. Mr. Rouse remained inside the vehicle during the crash and subsequent fires. His driver's license indicated a Falkville address, but he is believed to have been a resident nearby. The circumstances that led to the accident are still unclear. Fortunately, no injuries to bystanders or employees at the Chevron were reported. The automatic shut-off mechanism to the gasoline pumps functioned as designed which limited the amount of raw gasoline released from the pumps. Helms Custom Upholstery sustained significant fire and water damage to the front portion of the large structure. There was major smoke damage throughout the building. The public driveway portion of the Chevron was cordoned off with crime scene tape as a secondary investigation was conducted at that location. The entire situation was large-scale in nature and grim for all parties involved. Prayers went out from both local residents gathered at the scene and from emergency responders alike. cullmantoday.com/2017/02/15/garden-city-fiery-car-crash-t...
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Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-14 21:14:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°0'33"N - 86°44'59"W
  • Multiple emergency response agencies were called into the heart of the Garden City community Tuesday evening. The reason for the response was due to a Cullman e-911 call indicating that an SUV had run through the gasoline pumps at the Garden City Chevron Station at high speeds. The vehicle impacted and leveled to the ground one set of gasoline pumps as it continued southbound along Highway 31. After traveling approximately 1/2 mile, the SUV veered across the center median nearly impacting an oncoming northbound car. After that near miss, the vehicle ten proceeded all the way across to the west side of Highway 31 where it took down road markers and commercial signage. It then plunged through the metal exterior of Helms Custom Upholstery where it came to rest inside the commercial structure. The SUV subsequently caught fire inside the establishment. This created a fully involved automobile fire as well as an internal building fire. Multiple firefighting units from Garden City Fire & Rescue and Hanceville Fire & Rescue rapidly arrived at the location. The blaze was fairly quickly extinguished in and around the car. The firefighting effort inside the building took additional time to finally subdue the flames. The Cullman County Sheriff's Office, Hanceville Police Department, Cullman Emergency Medical Services and the Blountsville Police Department were also active at the scene at various points during the incident. Troopers from Alabama Law Enforcement Agency were on hand to conduct a complete investigation which is still ongoing. It was later determined that the SUV contained one occupant. Tragically, that individual - David Rouse (32) - was pronounced dead at the scene by Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick. Mr. Rouse remained inside the vehicle during the crash and subsequent fires. His driver's license indicated a Falkville address, but he is believed to have been a resident nearby. The circumstances that led to the accident are still unclear. Fortunately, no injuries to bystanders or employees at the Chevron were reported. The automatic shut-off mechanism to the gasoline pumps functioned as designed which limited the amount of raw gasoline released from the pumps. Helms Custom Upholstery sustained significant fire and water damage to the front portion of the large structure. There was major smoke damage throughout the building. The public driveway portion of the Chevron was cordoned off with crime scene tape as a secondary investigation was conducted at that location. The entire situation was large-scale in nature and grim for all parties involved. Prayers went out from both local residents gathered at the scene and from emergency responders alike. cullmantoday.com/2017/02/15/garden-city-fiery-car-crash-t...
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Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-14 20:52:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°0'35"N - 86°44'59"W
  • Multiple emergency response agencies were called into the heart of the Garden City community Tuesday evening. The reason for the response was due to a Cullman e-911 call indicating that an SUV had run through the gasoline pumps at the Garden City Chevron Station at high speeds. The vehicle impacted and leveled to the ground one set of gasoline pumps as it continued southbound along Highway 31. After traveling approximately 1/2 mile, the SUV veered across the center median nearly impacting an oncoming northbound car. After that near miss, the vehicle ten proceeded all the way across to the west side of Highway 31 where it took down road markers and commercial signage. It then plunged through the metal exterior of Helms Custom Upholstery where it came to rest inside the commercial structure. The SUV subsequently caught fire inside the establishment. This created a fully involved automobile fire as well as an internal building fire. Multiple firefighting units from Garden City Fire & Rescue and Hanceville Fire & Rescue rapidly arrived at the location. The blaze was fairly quickly extinguished in and around the car. The firefighting effort inside the building took additional time to finally subdue the flames. The Cullman County Sheriff's Office, Hanceville Police Department, Cullman Emergency Medical Services and the Blountsville Police Department were also active at the scene at various points during the incident. Troopers from Alabama Law Enforcement Agency were on hand to conduct a complete investigation which is still ongoing. It was later determined that the SUV contained one occupant. Tragically, that individual - David Rouse (32) - was pronounced dead at the scene by Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick. Mr. Rouse remained inside the vehicle during the crash and subsequent fires. His driver's license indicated a Falkville address, but he is believed to have been a resident nearby. The circumstances that led to the accident are still unclear. Fortunately, no injuries to bystanders or employees at the Chevron were reported. The automatic shut-off mechanism to the gasoline pumps functioned as designed which limited the amount of raw gasoline released from the pumps. Helms Custom Upholstery sustained significant fire and water damage to the front portion of the large structure. There was major smoke damage throughout the building. The public driveway portion of the Chevron was cordoned off with crime scene tape as a secondary investigation was conducted at that location. The entire situation was large-scale in nature and grim for all parties involved. Prayers went out from both local residents gathered at the scene and from emergency responders alike. cullmantoday.com/2017/02/15/garden-city-fiery-car-crash-t...
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Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-14 20:49:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°0'43"N - 86°44'57"W
  • Multiple emergency response agencies were called into the heart of the Garden City community Tuesday evening. The reason for the response was due to a Cullman e-911 call indicating that an SUV had run through the gasoline pumps at the Garden City Chevron Station at high speeds. The vehicle impacted and leveled to the ground one set of gasoline pumps as it continued southbound along Highway 31. After traveling approximately 1/2 mile, the SUV veered across the center median nearly impacting an oncoming northbound car. After that near miss, the vehicle ten proceeded all the way across to the west side of Highway 31 where it took down road markers and commercial signage. It then plunged through the metal exterior of Helms Custom Upholstery where it came to rest inside the commercial structure. The SUV subsequently caught fire inside the establishment. This created a fully involved automobile fire as well as an internal building fire. Multiple firefighting units from Garden City Fire & Rescue and Hanceville Fire & Rescue rapidly arrived at the location. The blaze was fairly quickly extinguished in and around the car. The firefighting effort inside the building took additional time to finally subdue the flames. The Cullman County Sheriff's Office, Hanceville Police Department, Cullman Emergency Medical Services and the Blountsville Police Department were also active at the scene at various points during the incident. Troopers from Alabama Law Enforcement Agency were on hand to conduct a complete investigation which is still ongoing. It was later determined that the SUV contained one occupant. Tragically, that individual - David Rouse (32) - was pronounced dead at the scene by Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick. Mr. Rouse remained inside the vehicle during the crash and subsequent fires. His driver's license indicated a Falkville address, but he is believed to have been a resident nearby. The circumstances that led to the accident are still unclear. Fortunately, no injuries to bystanders or employees at the Chevron were reported. The automatic shut-off mechanism to the gasoline pumps functioned as designed which limited the amount of raw gasoline released from the pumps. Helms Custom Upholstery sustained significant fire and water damage to the front portion of the large structure. There was major smoke damage throughout the building. The public driveway portion of the Chevron was cordoned off with crime scene tape as a secondary investigation was conducted at that location. The entire situation was large-scale in nature and grim for all parties involved. Prayers went out from both local residents gathered at the scene and from emergency responders alike. cullmantoday.com/2017/02/15/garden-city-fiery-car-crash-t...
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Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
Garden City Fiery Car Crash Takes Life Of David Rouse
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-14 20:43:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°0'32"N - 86°44'59"W
  • Multiple emergency response agencies were called into the heart of the Garden City community Tuesday evening. The reason for the response was due to a Cullman e-911 call indicating that an SUV had run through the gasoline pumps at the Garden City Chevron Station at high speeds. The vehicle impacted and leveled to the ground one set of gasoline pumps as it continued southbound along Highway 31. After traveling approximately 1/2 mile, the SUV veered across the center median nearly impacting an oncoming northbound car. After that near miss, the vehicle ten proceeded all the way across to the west side of Highway 31 where it took down road markers and commercial signage. It then plunged through the metal exterior of Helms Custom Upholstery where it came to rest inside the commercial structure. The SUV subsequently caught fire inside the establishment. This created a fully involved automobile fire as well as an internal building fire. Multiple firefighting units from Garden City Fire & Rescue and Hanceville Fire & Rescue rapidly arrived at the location. The blaze was fairly quickly extinguished in and around the car. The firefighting effort inside the building took additional time to finally subdue the flames. The Cullman County Sheriff's Office, Hanceville Police Department, Cullman Emergency Medical Services and the Blountsville Police Department were also active at the scene at various points during the incident. Troopers from Alabama Law Enforcement Agency were on hand to conduct a complete investigation which is still ongoing. It was later determined that the SUV contained one occupant. Tragically, that individual - David Rouse (32) - was pronounced dead at the scene by Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick. Mr. Rouse remained inside the vehicle during the crash and subsequent fires. His driver's license indicated a Falkville address, but he is believed to have been a resident nearby. The circumstances that led to the accident are still unclear. Fortunately, no injuries to bystanders or employees at the Chevron were reported. The automatic shut-off mechanism to the gasoline pumps functioned as designed which limited the amount of raw gasoline released from the pumps. Helms Custom Upholstery sustained significant fire and water damage to the front portion of the large structure. There was major smoke damage throughout the building. The public driveway portion of the Chevron was cordoned off with crime scene tape as a secondary investigation was conducted at that location. The entire situation was large-scale in nature and grim for all parties involved. Prayers went out from both local residents gathered at the scene and from emergency responders alike. cullmantoday.com/2017/02/15/garden-city-fiery-car-crash-t...
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Garden City Fire Destroys Home, Melts Car, Displaces Family
Garden City Fire Destroys Home, Melts Car, Displaces Family
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-01-14 13:06:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°0'9"N - 86°44'59"W
  • A dual structure and motor vehicle fire occurred simultaneously Thursday afternoon along the 200 block of Pine Lane SE in the Town of Garden City. A 911 call was received concerning the burning structure and adjacent car around 12:30 pm. Firefighting units from both Hanceville and Garden City were dispatched to the location. Hanceville Fire Rescue were first to arrive with Chief Rodger Green leading the fire fight. They discovered the manufactured home on the property fully engulfed in flames. A motor vehicle next to the structure was directly effected by fire as well. Garden City Fire and Rescue arrived soon thereafter. In addition to the fire departments listed above, a deputy with the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office was on scene to provide traffic control and hold down a security perimeter around the fire scene. Additionally, members of Hanceville Police Department including Chief Bob Long were on scene. We observed police officers and Chief Long assisting firefighters with running and management of water hoses as well as structural removal to aid in exposing hot spots in the structure. Additionally, the always active Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail was on scene. He was observed running chain from his large vehicle to the endangered vehicle. Using his truck, he pulled the pulled the melting car away from the fire to a safe distance way from the blaze and out of the way of responders. That is a 'first' in our coverage of fires across Cullman County. Cullman Emergency Medical Services were also staged at the location as a precaution in case of injuries to responders and/or occupants Live electrical power serving both the home was flowing through feeder wires during most of the firefighting effort. Cullman Electric Cooperative did arrive and disabled power to the structure making the end game of the operation safe for all parties involved. According to Police Chief Bob Long, the residence was occupied by three individuals at the time of the fire: "We think there were three people in the home when the fire started. One was asleep; the other two were awake. This fire moved very fast. It was quick thinking on the part of the two residents to wake up the gentleman, and get him out of the house. As best we can determine, no occupants were left in the house, and no one was physically injured." The motor vehicle mentioned above sustained significant fire damage to one side. Unfortunately, the manufactured home at this address was a total loss, displacing the family to find new residency elsewhere. The Cullman chapter of the American Red Cross was summoned to the completely destroyed home to provide disaster relief and emergency assistance to the home’s occupants. The Red Cross assured that the occupants have suitable short-term living support arrangements in place until they can sort out their next steps. For full details on this story including video and images, please see: cullmantoday.com/2016/01/16/garden-city-fire-destroys-hom...
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