Australian Train Crash

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  1. Heinz

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    Yeah pretty bad, 3rd time in recent months a truck has been the cause of the accident. Truckies must be asleep behind the wheels..
     
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    Im glad my old man ain;t driving anymore. Those guys are on the edge. Still the accident happened at a flat area with nothing stopping the view of the train. Must really been out of it .
     
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    I know saw the news in Singapore. Got grey hairs from near misses at level crossings. Happens all the time no matter if gates or signals at crossings
     
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    I've been quite amused at the "experts" who have been saying that boom gates would have prevented the crash. Yeah right, show me a boom gate that is going to stop a semi!
     
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    Exactly Wildcat!

    I mean this is a 40tonne truck after all a metal boom hinged will do heaps :rolleyes:

    I've seen people snake through crossings because they were too impatient utter lunacy!

    Best safety feature is your eyes.
     
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