Train hits mini-van in Rayleigh, woman sent to hospital

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The Kamloops RCMP are asking witnesses of a train versus mini van crash to come forward.
A 54 year old Kamloops woman was in the van when it was hit and is now in serious condition at Royal Inland Hospital. She is suffering from multiple broken bones and chest injuries. The crash happened at a private crossing in Rayleigh just after 6 PM Tuesday night. Investigators have ruled out speed or alcohol as factors in the crash.

Search for missing man in Revelstoke

Search and rescue crews in Revelstoke are scouring the woods for a 39 year old man who has been missing for nearly a month. David Anthony Klammer left Saskatchewan intending to drive to Whiterock but hasn't been heard from since then. On October 26th a backpack, that may be David's, was found along a logging road referred to as twelve mile, south of Revelstoke. On Monday David's car was found parked at the end of the same logging road.
David Klammer is described as a Caucasian male, 6 foot 2, 196 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

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