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Ohio woman charged after allegedly driving around the railroad gate with children in a car and being hit by a train


An Ohio woman was charged with child endangerment Thursday months after she allegedly drove around a railroad gate and was hit by a train with her two children in the car, resulting in serious injuries.

33-year-old Ronnisha Jones is charged with assault, endangering children, driving without a license, and other allegations.

She pleaded not guilty on Friday, according to court records.

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33-year-old Ronnisha Jones is charged with assault, endangering children, driving without a license, and other allegations.

33-year-old Ronnisha Jones is charged with assault, endangering children, driving without a license, and other allegations.
(Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office)

Jones told police that she drove around the blinking train gate because she needed to go to the bathroom and didn’t want to wait, according to an affidavit from Cincinnati-based FOX19.

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A 16-year-old is being treated for a ruptured liver, stomach bleeding, head injuries, and spinal fractures, FOX19 reported. A 9-year-old was also treated and discharged from the hospital.

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