This case involves a train collision in Wyoming that critically injured the plaintiff. At the time of the incident in question, there was construction going on at a railway intersection with a small intersecting road. A railroad worker was responsible for directing the flow of traffic through the intersection, as the electronic signalling device had been taken down as a part of the construction project. The railroad employee was serving as a flagger at the time of the accident, and had allowed the plaintiff’s car to cross over the tracks while traffic on the other side of the intersection was obstructed by a stalled vehicle. The plaintiff’s car was hit by the train, causing him to suffer serious injuries.