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What? A few of these people were just doing a lane change, which means they are totaly responsible for whats behind them. This just goes to show you that when you drive you have to be paying total attention to your surroundings %100 of the time. It is why cars have mirrors, but also why they take points off in your driving exam if you don`t physicaly turn your head and look behind you when you change lanes.
On the other hand, I`m not totaly sure how a giant train could end up in your blindspot...
Pshh bigbonny i know what im talking about
maybe they should have thought about putting the train UNDERGROUND?
because you can never count on people not being completely STUPID.
Yeah, i really think this was staged, but, it still teaches us that there are some lame people that drive and fail at life. I think its staged because their souls would have been raped and thrown into a dumpster if that really happened.
Thing is, I suspect it only takes getting nailed once by the train/tram to make sure you don`t do it twice.
If that rate continues for the rest of the year and there is no reason to believe that it won`t, the total for the year will be roughly 89 accidents or more than 20 times as many accidents per route mile, than any other city`s light rail system has ever recorded in any single year of operation. But, according to the Federal Transit Administration and reported in the Houston Chronicle, when measured using the national standard of "accidents per route mile", that crash rate is 25 times greater than the national average and the trend isn`t getting any better."
It *has* gotten better since the beginning, though. Yay!
Mirrors FTW, really.
And I dunno about everywhere else, but Manchester (England) `s Metro system does have mirrors.