Texas Train Crash: Stories of Heroism

ABC News' Clayton Sandell discusses the accident that killed four veterans.
3:00 | 11/17/12

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The four men killed Thursday are all decorated army veterans wounded in combat in Iraq or Afghanistan. 47 year old Lawrence -- had five combat deployments his last act was saving his wife. He actually pushed her -- the -- And then then. Jamie Garza was the first to reach -- and. On the back in this I'm here. That's my -- train hit controls. 150 -- -- that -- first personal there was Lawrence. That's who -- them he -- is that Spitzer there. 34 year old Joshua Michael also pushed his wife to safety before the impact. We want people to remember -- as a hero he did his life. -- -- -- -- -- Michael died along with 37 year old Gary -- and 43 year old William lovers all three were married and had children the midst of tragedy. We got the C soldiers. Behave as they were turning. This morning investigators are looking for clues in video recorded by cameras on the train as well as a nearby police dash cam parts of the puzzle -- also emerging from the train's data recorders. -- -- Investigators also what -- question the man behind the -- to find out how a tractor trailer loaded with military vets and spouses found itself on the cross hairs of a mile long freight train. As a community tries to understand how parade honoring military veterans instead claimed four of their lives. For Good Morning America Clayton -- LA BC news Midland Texas.

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