Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Harry Alston Johnson, III, Baton Rouge, David Andrew Fraser, Fraser, Morris & Wheeler, Lake Charles, for Applicant.
Richard E. Gerard, Jr., Scofield, Gerard, Veron, Singletary & Pohorelsky, Michael J. McNulty, III, Plauche, Smith & Nieset, Lake Charles, for Respondent.
Supreme Court of Louisiana.
On November 28, 1988, Stephen R. LeJeune was injured when, while responding to an emergency call, he drove an ambulance into an oncoming train at a rural railroad crossing on Louisiana Highway 365 north of Crowley, Louisiana. LeJeune filed this suit for damages against the train's engineer, Jack Buckner, and Union Pacific Railroad alleging, among other things, that the train crew's negligent conduct caused the accident...
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