Thứ Hai, 17 tháng 12, 2018

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Nicole Ritchie Not if you’re in front of it I watched a documentary on trains if it’s coming up from behind you that fast you’ll never even hear it. Brittany Livingston I'm going to assume you're asking a legitimate because you don't understand and you're not just another ass hole. Trains can and do move very fast if you're in the Grinch I used to smile and then I worked at McDonald’s shirt of the moment in a foot pursuit with your back to the train it actually can hit you before you can hear it. In short it's different than when you're just standing on the train platform like a regular PASSANGER. Adrenaline is a very strong body chemical. The officers, after getting a call of shots fired and on scene definitely had adrenaline pumping. In addition to that, at night many places have a no horn policy....see that adrenaline blocks out many surrounding info for our focus on the local, it could be by chance that by the officers noticed a train was close it was too late. I think this is a reasonable question to ask. Why are there so many people being mean to you about it? The first thing that popped into my mind as I read the headline was how the heck did they manage that? I like the response about being close enough to get sucked into it. That makes a lot of sense. Wouldn't basic first responder training reach officers to run along side a live track and not on one. No there is more to this story. No doubt about it. And why is this not a story of one cop being struck while pushing his partner to safety... Very sketchy. Rip to them either way but can't trust the news sadly.

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