> What a selfish git that guy was if he was indeed topping himself.
It took them long enough to come to that conclusion too, the officer said on that night that he saw the car stationary on the tracks and then the barriers coming down, it took them 2 days to even mention suicide.
I don't think the driver would have expected it to be this bad though, I think he would have expected the train to hit and kill him, but then to carry on.
Just look at some of this stuff, the trains were all fine. I think this is what the guy must have wanted:
I've seen a video of a massive freight train hitting a lorry in America, the lorry gets absolutely destroyed but the train is fine and stays on the tracks.
The difference here is that the trains are 'lightweight' and can't take such an impact.
Stupid censorship crap.
They'll stick them back on in a few weeks.
If it was a suicide (sorry I havent kept up to day with it) then that's obviously even worse than an accident. How terrible for those involved.