The Missouri Highway Patrol is warning all drivers to be mindful of railroad crossings. This after a teenager is killed at a crossing in Lebanon. The Patrol says there were no lights, signal or arm at the crossing on Dunklin Road where 18-year old Troy Parker of Lebanon was killed on Sunday when his pick up collided with a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train. There is a cross buck train crossing sign at the crossing and a yellow sign warning of the train crossing ahead. The Highway Patrol says when it comes to train crossings, look, listen and live.