Two South Carolina women were killed in a June 12, 2008, wreck as a train crashed into their car. The mother and daughter victims were trying to cross railroad tracks, and had maneuvered their car around a stopped train when they were slammed by another crossing a second set of tracks.
Authorities say that the crossing arms were down when the car entered the tracks. The women were 57 and 41.
The Norfolk Southern train was reportedly travelling at 52 mph at the time of the crash.