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(Testimony of J. C. White)
Mr. BALL. Had. you seen your partner send any people away from the overpass?
Mr. BALL. Now, you did permit some people to stay on the overpass, didn't you?
Mr. BALL. Well, how did you know they were workers with the railroad company?
Mr. WHITE. Majority of them were there when we got there, working on the rails.
Mr. WHITE. No, sir; first time I saw it it has passed, passed under the triple underpass.
Mr. WHITE. There was a freight train traveling. There was a train passing between the location I was standing and the area from which the procession was traveling, and--a big long freight train, and I did not see it.
Mr. BALL. Before the train went by, did you see some railroad personnel over on the---would it be the---
Mr. WHITE. As soon as the train passed I went over and on the northwest side of the Depository Building. On the northwest side of the book store up there with the rest of the officers and after about 30 minutes they told me to go out and work traffic at Main and Houston, and I stood out there and worked traffic.
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