UPDATE: Body Found Near Railroad Tracks in Scranton

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SCRANTON, Pa. -- A man's body was found along the railroad tracks in the area of Olive Street and Penn Avenue Saturday evening.

The coroner said Leonel Rios, 50, of Scranton, fell at some point and lacerated an artery on his lower leg, where it bled uncontrollably. He died from a hemorrhage. It was an accidental death and is not considered suspicious.

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      • lickerblisters

        Yes, an absolute gem of northeastern Pennsylvania . I would rather roll around nude in a bathtub filled with razorblades and shards of glass while violently sodomizing myself with a weedwacker than I would to live in Scranton! ……just saying.

      • burtfan16

        Licker, I’m sure every person on this board would accommodate you. Where do you live anyway? Eden, Xanadu, Changra La?

      • lickerblisters

        Burt, as I have said BEFORE, (pay attention this time) I live in a pure and delightful utopian paradise at the end of a very long driveway, nestled in a dark, forested area I call Camp Blisters. No crime, no illegals, the only diversity is amongst the wildlife.

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