That's really sad.
She couldnt say ..."I DIDNT SEE THAT ONE COMMING" ..
I get sick and tired of idiot home buyers who buy a house next to a railroad track and then complain about train horns. There is a reason those engineers blow those horns...imagine yourself in a car that takes a mile to come to a stop, and then imagine a kid standing in the road in front of you. I feel bad for the girl and her family of course, but as bad for the poor train driver who had to watch it happen and must live with that.
You would think a school for the deaf would have taught obvious rules like:DON'T WALK ON RAILROAD TRACKS!!! I don't understand why she wouldn't have at least felt the vibrations of the train coming if she were that close to or on the tracks. I did have a relative several generations back that was killed while in a train with his head sticking out the window. Hit a tree! Killed him!Wouldn't you hate for your legacy to be dieing from the effects of stupidity?
That is really sad, but I can't help but wonder what in the world this young woman was doing near a railroad track?How horrible for her family.
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