Speech to Text for A fatal wreck in Sherman
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traffic diverted here at the sherman exit as well. im working to find out more at the wreck. now im going to walk you all over to where a fatal wreck happened this morning. right here at this railroad crossing there was a fatal collision between a train and a car.. it was closed down for about 6 hours but as you can see it is now open and traffic is flowing. earlier today i was able to speak with some residents who say the victim .. joe gaines will truly be missed be missed." this train on 3rdavenue...stuck on the tracks and this car destroyed into pieces... sherman police say64 year old joe wesley gaines collided with the train monday morning... and on the scene .. gaines'pastorjimvarnon....w ho says he couldn't believe his eyes...considering he just saw gaines last night in church... "he didn't misssundays.hedidn't misswed nesdays.helivedalone.weall lovedhim.weloved him dearly." - jim varnon,pastor police chief joespellinssays gaineswas leaving this restaurant right before the crash. a ritualthat restaurant owner brad bishop says he didevery morning. "he was the kind of guy you would want to talkto.hewillm akeyouhappy.hewas a sunshine...asunshine." - brad bishop bishop says during this somber day he couldn't stop thinking about gaines' possible last words. "as he was leaving he said brad i loveyou.i said i love you too misterjoe.that'sjust the type of person he was." gaines' pastor says he struggled from a wreck he had in the 70's but knows now he is better. " joeis more live than he has ever been but of course it hurts right down here and he will be missed." of course stay tuned to wtva for the latest on these stories lets head