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Police: Drunk Driver Rode Railroad Tracks Looking For ATM

A Chicago woman was at more than twice the legal limit for alcohol when she was caught driving her car along freight train tracks in the western suburbs early Monday, then telling police she was looking for an ATM.

 

Maria E. Segura, 26, faces two counts of DUI and was cited for driving with a suspended license, driving in the wrong lane, and driving without insurance, according to Riverside police Chief Tom Wietzel, who called the incident “mindboggling.”