By Anica Padilla

BRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4) — An 87-year-old woman got her car stuck on some snow-packed train tracks in Brighton on Monday. It happened at 136th Avenue and US-85. Fortunately, Beverly Seibold got the help she needed.

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One of our news crews was there when it happened, and tried to help Seibold.

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“I tried to push her out and then tried to get her unstuck,” said CBS4 Photojournalist Mark Neitro. “I wasn’t able to get her to move so I put her in my work truck to keep her warm.”

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“She was upset and was trying to drive home to Colorado Springs from Brighton,” he said.

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“Finally a tow truck showed up,” Neitro said.

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He said the tow truck driver got stuck for a bit, too, but was eventually able to pull her minivan off the tracks.

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