Jurors look over photos of the late Hannah Barnes while in Judge Neil Thomas III's courtroom during the fifth day of a civil trial in which Barnes (mother of Hannah Barnes) is suing the Hennen Restaurant Group, alleging that her daughter's Aug. 22, 2011 death on train tracks can be attributed to her consuming alcohol at while working at the restaurant hours before. Both Hannah Barnes and Michael Hennen died when a train struck them.
Jurors look over photos of the late Hannah Barnes while in Judge Neil Thomas III's courtroom during the fifth day of a civil trial in which Barnes (mother of Hannah Barnes) is suing the Hennen Restaurant Group, alleging that her daughter's Aug. 22, 2011 death on train tracks can be attributed to her consuming alcohol at while working at the restaurant hours before. Both Hannah Barnes and Michael Hennen died when a train struck them.
Photo by Dan Henry /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Friday, January 31st, 2014
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The 250-ton train was traveling between 38 and 44 miles per hour, gliding on tracks surrounded by trees as its light pierced darkness.

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