Coroner identifies woman killed on railroad tracks


The identity of a woman killed on the Long Judson Road railroad tracks has been confirmed.
The Wood County coroner said Wednesday the woman was Anna Kelling, 29, of Bowling Green.
At approximately 2:18 p.m. on March 23, the Wood County Sheriff’s Office received a call from CSX
advising a southbound train had possibly struck a pedestrian at the Long Judson Road crossing between
Potter and Range Line roads.
When deputies arrived at the scene, the body of a female was located on the tracks south of the crossing.

In a separate fatal incident, the identity of a man who died Feb. 12 in a Brim Road fire remains unknown.

The morning fire was at a residence at the intersection of Brim and Hannah roads, northwest of Bowling
Green. According to the sheriff’s office, the man had a bullet wound but died of smoke inhalation and
from the fire.

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