Newark woman’s car totaled in GPS crash

    GPS technology hasn’t quite caught up the the human brain. That’s why a system’s instructions yesterday morning left a woman stuck in her car on train tracks in Newark.

    A report from the Associated Press and Wilmington News Journal says the 44-year-old driver ended up on CSX tracks after her GPS told her to turn left. The care became stuck, and was hit from behind by a train and dragged 100 feet. The uninjured driver was cited for inattentive driving.

     

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