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Old 09-12-2016, 11:09 AM   #681
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You are not qualified even in googleering!

It does no such thing. It has been bent at the point if impact and pushed out of its footings. Saying it curves towards the tram is moronic....so nothing new there
Good one!
There was no impact between a tram and a rail, at 43.5 or 0.435 mph. You know it.

More funerals, though the ones of Robert Huxtable and "Mark Smith[/b] seemed to have gone off, peculiarly, with no media coverage.
http://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/w...ail/story.html
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Yesterday (Thursday) Philip Seary's funeral took place at St Edward's Church, in New Addington.
Moving tributes paid at funeral of tram crash victim Donald Collett

Funeral service provided by Francis Chappell & Sons of Orpington.

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One of his two daughters, Tracy Angelo, [37] read out a wonderful eulogy... at Beckenham Crematorium... "I'm so grateful that dad came to Las Vegas with me and walked me down the aisle to give me away to my husband Matt..... Mr Collett, 62, grew up in Penge before moving to Sydenham and Orpington in his later years and was living in Croydon when he died.
He worked as a limousine driver for many years and Mrs Angelo fondly remembered the rides he'd give to her sister, Gemma, and their mum.

She said the job he was happiest in was the one he was doing at the time of his death, which was a driver for security firm G4S and she talked of the wonderful holidays he had shared with his partner Wendy Parnacott.

Mr Collett's sister Paula Phillips read out a heartbreaking tribute remembering her eldest brother....


Dorota Rynkiewicz was the other victim of the disaster. Her funeral was going to be in Poland, but it isn't clear if it has already taken place.
Perhaps the haze of uncertainty will lift?

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Robert Huxley's took place on Wednesday, Mark Smith's was on Monday, Philip Logan's took place last Thursday and Dane Chinnery's took place last Wednesday
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Kmayne2005 | December 03 2016, 11:53AM
A beautiful service for my wonderful uncle Don. My daughter and I are the ones who left the flowers on his coffin as we bid my amazing uncle farewell. My uncle was the most loving man and had the kindest heart. He'd be so proud of his daughters my cousins Tracy and Gemma and he'd be amazed at how many people lives he touched and how loved he was. My dad and Don were best friends really and I use to call them Fred(dad) and Barney(Don) as they were always together like the characters in the Flintstones. Every day my dad tells me a new story about my uncle and they will remain in my memory until we meet again. Fly high with the angels uncle Donny sleep well until we meet again you'll be in our hearts and minds ???????????? We love you


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https://www.londonnewsonline.co.uk/1...-philip-seary/
Philip "Tank" Seary December 2 2016
same fuzzy image of a man much younger.
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His daughters, Karina [Mimms] and Erica [Heglan], read out beautiful tributes
Family and friends were asked by Father Jonathan Easton-Crouch to take a moment to remember Mr Seary while the song Don’t Know Much by Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville played.
We certainly don't.
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The red and blue coffin was then taken out of the church to Jon Bon Jovi’s It’s My Life before the family and close friends went to a service at Croydon Crematorium.
In the order of service, his wife Ann said: “Thank you to everyone that has shown so much love and support these past weeks, we are proud of the way Phil connected with you all, and the amazing amount of appreciation he has received from you all.
But back to the "crash" scene.

I'd say the house at #2 Sandilands was a key place for a "witness" story or a staging point, the large white property with extensive garden overlooking the scene:

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.37.../data=!3m1!1e3

We see and hear no witness though. No problem with that, but who lives there?
It is immediately behind the do-nothing actors in orange here:
https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/...2811042791.jpg

source - http://cdn1.proz.com/profile_resourc...3e2ac1da5.docx.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...rias-suffering
Amr Salahi Syrian exile, London

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November 4 2016

Quite a scoop, having a fatal tram crash in one's back garden, surely?
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Old 09-12-2016, 05:06 PM   #682
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Good one!
There was no impact between a tram and a rail, at 43.5 or 0.435 mph. You know it.
Here's what I know. You are irritating. You have a disturbingly warped view on reality. The crashes you refer to with your idiotic posts all happened as reported. I know that you have not the slightest even flmsiest piece of evidence to support any of your moronic claims.

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Quite a scoop, having a fatal tram crash in one's back garden, surely?
So what. Big trees at end of garden..they were out or in bed. Inspector Noclouseau strikes again.
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Default Bus and coach drivers jailed for crashing coach/bus

From the MSM HEADLINES

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M1 triple fatal coach crash: Driver Alan Peters guilty

16 November 2016

A 78-year-old coach driver has been found guilty of killing three men and seriously injuring their friend after ploughing into their car on the M1.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...herts-38001454

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Easingwold School bus flood rescue: Driver jailed

4 hours ago

A school bus driver whose vehicle became stranded in floodwater with 23 pupils on board has been jailed for a year.

Graham Jones, 53, had driven past two road closed signs ahead of the incident between Newton-on-Ouse and Tollerton, near York, on 5 January.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...shire-38264461
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From the MSM HEADLINES

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Love the oh so realistic CCTV footage of the hard shoulder "Crash", Jake.
Nothing to see, bar the customary smashed windscreen courtest of the emergency services




AGES 23, 20 59....
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...herts-31485786
16 February 2015


Big smiles from the Easingwold bus driver entering court [age 53...] he knows he's not going to jail really. The standard drill calling card of the smashed bus window. Allegedly carried out by pupils on the bus. Really!

The drill in full swing back in January 2016 [in wonderful lo-res]

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Grace [Abbott, 15 y.o. daughter of Karen Smith] said the majority of the 30 children on board the bus were younger than her, with ages of students at the school ranging from 10 to 18, and "a lot of the younger children were crying".

She and a friend tried to smash the glass on the emergency, which resulted in cuts to her hand.

She said: "We knew we were waiting for 15 minutes and something bad could happen, or someone could have a panic attack, so we started to smash the emergency window.
http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/1418...4_20pm_UPDATE/


Nice deconstruction of the ridiculous Croydonesque crash of the bus in Chattanooga -

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And a late entry just in from West Australia in the faked bus crash of the year competition "large scale emergency unfolding"
Sure
https://thewest.com.au/news/7-news-u...-5245670982001

https://thewest.com.au/news/wa/bus-a...-5245700473001

http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/em...13-gtai09.html


An articulated bus, perhaps hinting at the shape of a tram


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a Transperth bus crashed while carrying 22 passengers on Tuesday afternoon.

The bus crashed down an embankment in Ascot about 5.30pm, coming to a halt just metres from an apartment complex.
Dashcam footage, naturally from following drill participants. Excellent stunt driving, no sign of any of the alleged passengers.





Here's the same company involved in a disaster drill in 2010
note the "injured" man at 1.02 who looks quite perky and attentive [c.f his sudden relapse at 2.20]

A very old school drill, this 2010 event, crisis actors, the customary heroes, a seat belt driven agenda.
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Ha Ha. They are taking this fricken piss.

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Bus crashes into house in High Wycombe

3 hours ago

Bus crashes into house on Wycombe Road in Holmer Green

Five people were injured when a bus ploughed into the front of a house.

The single-decker vehicle crashed into the front of the property, in Holmer Green, near High Wycombe, on Saturday afternoon.

Three passengers were injured, and a man and woman inside the house in Wycombe Road were also hurt. No-one else on the bus was injured, it is understood.

Carousel Buses has been approached for comment.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...herts-38356810
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Have a look at the aerial shots of this 'accident' and tell me how the driver managed to end up like this!
Why do they do this nonsense? Is there masonic symbolism in play, like the shoes or bicycles left behind in the usual piss take fakery? Is it a cover for some other activity in the ensuing chaotic traffic and access control?
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"Appealing for witnesses" - i.e. hoping for no witnesses to the drill.




The usual "peering" photo [rather than the equally common "pointing" photo in these drills passed off as real crashes. Certainly there is structural damage to the house and the cost of the drill will be spread widely through the insurance industry.




Here it is, #5 Wycombe Road HP15 6RX
https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.66...7i13312!8i6656
Neat garden, the "crash" also impinging on the equally neatly manicured garden of #3

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Somehow I missed this Go Ahead bus 'destruction derby' in cosy Cheam, as a brand new 93 vehicle allegedly careered down the leafy road taking out numerous cars...
http://www.suttonguardian.co.uk/news...t_towards_him/
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Father of three Hyginus Ozuome, 48, was taking out his rubbish at about 7.05am when he saw the 93 bus smash into his neighbours' cars in their road in Cheam.

The bus smashed into their neighbour's car, crushing their Nissan and Mazdas, before the bus driver was able to steer the bus back towards the road.

Mrs Ozuome said: "If it had happened a few minutes later my children would not be here.

"We usually leave to take the children to school just after the time of the crash, but because we have three young children it takes a bit of time to get everything ready in the car.

"After the crash all our neighbours came out in their pyjamas and hugged each other. I was in shock."

Residents claim that the bus driver said the brakes were not working. The bus itself had only been registered in November this year.
The lucky escape, hugging [no photos, unfortunately] the professionally smashed windscreen, occurred in darkness..."sounded like a bomb".... same old drill.






http://www.suttonguardian.co.uk/news/14130475.display/
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According to residents the driver of the 93 bus said his brakes had failed as he was driving down Church Hill Road at about 7.40am this morning.
hmmm, suddenly the crash is pushed forward by 35 minutes....
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Police cordoned off the road where three cars had been totalled by the Go Ahead operated bus before it tore through three front gardens.

Kenneth Hillman, a resident who saw the crash, said: "It sounded like a bomb had gone off. There were about three or four loud explosion-like sounds as I was sat in my chair.

"I got outside and saw a man who had hurt his leg another who banged their head.

"The bus hit the Golf and turned it completely around and took out the lamppost.

"It crashed into another car and pushed it through into the other garden where it hit two more that were parked.

"The driver was going towards the houses but managed to swerve away in time."



Chunks of metal and debris were strewn across the road and a lamppost had been ripped out from the pavement and left several metres away from where the bus had smashed into it.

Resident Chris Bush said he was concerned about drivers using the road and that some buses had been seen speeding down the road on previous occasions.
Drill nicely put to bed as "driver error" after a TfL "investigation" 7 months later...
http://www.suttonguardian.co.uk/news...uction/?ref=ar
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Quiet news period in California. Let's have a bus crash in Anaheim
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/l...227-story.html
60 year old driver died. Expected age profile.

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A driver believed to be having a medical emergency veered into oncoming traffic Tuesday, striking a transit bus carrying passengers near Disneyland.

The driver died and 17 passengers on the bus were injured.

Police said the fatal crash occurred about 11:15 a.m. on Harbor Boulevard north of Ball Road in Anaheim. The driver of a Toyota Avalon was southbound on Harbor Boulevard when he lost control of his car and swerved into the northbound lane, colliding with an Orange County Transportation Authority bus, Anaheim Police Sgt. Daron Wyatt said.

Anaheim PD acting as news outlet, firefighters pottering about for the camera


source - https://twitter.com/AnaheimPD/status/813833790082596865

and they they leave...
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Slow time for news between Christmas and New Year? Let's have a bus crash
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...athes-britain/

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The crash at 2.45am followed a weather warning urging drivers to be wary of fog and sub-zero temperatures across swathes of England.
Nice quiet time.check]
Hero emerges [check]
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A 'hero' bus driver who was bleeding "heavily" refused to leave his crashed coach until he had helped every one of his passengers clamber to safety.
"Major Incident declared" Reads like a drill [check]

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An SCAS spokesman said: "South Central Ambulance Service declared this a major incident due to the number of patients involved and attended the scene with our colleagues from Thames Valley Police and Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service.
"There was thick fog in the area at the time of the accident which also presented challenges to the emergency services getting to the scene."
Six ambulances helped take the 17 casualties to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

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The driver was "very experienced" and has been working overnight shifts for many years, according to company boss Phil Southall.
He said it was too early to speculate on the cause of the crash which happened when the bus was returning to Oxford.


somehow manages to miss traffic sign pole [cf Croydon tram "crash"]

full size -
https://metrouk2.files.wordpress.com..._230217701.jpg


emergency services hanging around


http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/dozens-injured-coach-crashes-m40-9534669
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...athes-britain/

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Have a look at the aerial shots of this 'accident' and tell me how the driver managed to end up like this!
Why do they do this nonsense? Is there masonic symbolism in play, like the shoes or bicycles left behind in the usual piss take fakery? Is it a cover for some other activity in the ensuing chaotic traffic and access control?
If humans cannot drive buses safely then the alternative is driverless buses..
The type Google are heavily investing in.
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Default Lorry Crash from 2013

This is the inquiry that was reported today - More confirmation for us that humans are not suitable for driving vehicles cos we have illnesses due to being human.

Not saying that the crash was faked (I wasnt there so I am making no comment on that whatsoever).

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Fatal lorry crash driver had 'coughing fit', inquiry is told

The driver of a lorry which crashed into a house killing a woman had blacked out with an "explosive coughing fit", a court has heard.

Catherine Bonner, 55, died and her partner, Jim McColl, 55, was badly hurt in the crash in Fairlie in 2013.

A Fatal Accident Inquiry heard from a doctor who said driver George Marshall had an underlying medical condition.

A charge of death by dangerous driving was dropped by the Crown after it had looked into his medical background.

The two-storey house on the A78 coast road was struck at its corner, demolishing the gable end and exposing an upstairs bedroom, the hearing at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court was told.

The lorry had been heading south when it crossed into the opposite carriageway without taking the bend and hit Ms Bonner's home.


Dr Peter Bloomfield, 64, a retired consultant cardiologist examined Mr Marshall, 53, after the crash.

He described how he had rubbed on Mr Marshall's left carotid sinus at the base of his carotid artery in his neck, and his heart had stopped for six seconds.

The doctor said Mr Marshall's blood pressure recorded a "significant fall" after this.

He concluded that the driver had a condition known as carotid sinus hypersensitivity and had suffered an episode "following an explosive fit of coughing",
stopping blood getting to his heart.

Dr Bloomfield explained: "That can result in someone passing out, which is what Mr Marshall described.

"In my opinion, the episode of coughing was clearly linked to loss of control of the vehicle."


Mr Marshall said he had not experienced anything like it before and was shocked that his truck had gone into the building.
'Truck embedded'

William McCrindle, 77, who was driving two cars behind the lorry and was first at the scene of the crash said the scene was "almost like a disaster movie".

He said: "There was a colossal bang and bricks were flying everywhere.

"The truck was embedded so far in I thought the driver would be killed.

"I waited long enough to see the driver being helped out of the cab and he didn't seem to be seriously injured."

It had earlier been reported that Ms Bonner and Mr McColl had been watching TV at the time of the accident.

They were both taken to Inverclyde Royal Hospital where Ms Bonner died of her injuries.

The court heard that Mr McColl would not be giving evidence.

The inquiry before Sheriff Iona McDonald continues.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-west-38553753
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Your January 2017 staged bus crash drills
Italy -
Hungarian students - 16 dead, just a burnt out shell, nothing to see. Sourced by Reuters
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...n-coach-crash/
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ixteen people were killed and about 40 injured when a bus carrying students from Hungary hit a pillar and burst into flames on a highway in northern Italy, police and the fire service said on Saturday.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...nt-police.html

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Italian news agency Ansa said a number of pupils were thrown out of the vehicle when it collided with a pylon.

No other vehicles were involved and it was not clear why the bus went off the road, crashing into the barriers.
The bus was returning to Budapest with students, mainly boys, ages 15 to 17.
Police say 16 badly burned bodies have been pulled from the wreckage.
'One passenger is currently in an [b]induced coma]/b] and in life-threatening condition,' Hungarian Foreign Minister Szijjarto told reporters in Budapest.
Standard fear story to generate national grieving back in Hungary.

Next - Saudi Arabia
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...audi-bus-crash
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At least six British citizens have been killed in a minibus crash in Saudi Arabia, the Foreign Office has said.

Reports that a seventh person was also killed have not been confirmed. It is understood the dead include four people from Manchester and a married couple from Glasgow. A baby aged about two months is thought to be one of the victims from Manchester.
The Mail provides some photos
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...di-Arabia.html


Not very convincing. Just more recycling.
And back in the UK?
A Bova coach owned by Williams travel of Camborne Cornwall
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-38747492

comes off the road, carrying schoolchildren around noon. [oughtn't the kids to be in school at that time?]

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A coach carrying schoolchildren from St Ives School has crashed on the A30 near St Erth.

Emergency services are at the scene and the road's been closed in both directions.

Witnesses have described how the vehicle left the road, crashed through a hedge, and ended up in a field.

John Mackie is one of the drivers who called BBC Radio Cornwall: "There was a lot of children climbing out of the coach and climbing over the hedge and on to the grass verge."
no children to be seen. Just another road closure drill for the emergency services.

But wait, what's this back in 2009?
Fatal "crash" involving a Williams of Camborne coach? Surely not?
http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/1-de...ail/story.html
: December 23, 2009
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TWO women have died and another 47 people were injured after a coach full of people returning from a Christmas night out overturned on black ice on an ungritted country road in Cornwall,

Police and ambulance personnel said at least six people were critically injured and another 43 “walking wounded” when the coach leftthe road and flipped over at Godolphin Bridge, between Hayle and Helston, just after 10pm on Tuesday.
Locals described the road as “treacherous” and said the rescue effort was being hampered by their vehicles sliding around on the ice.
The coach, believed to be full of local people, all aged between 50and 60, was returning from a festive trip to see the Mousehole lights near Penzance.

The crash came as Cornwall Council faced criticism for motorists for only gritting one in five roads in the county. Another man died in a crash, believed to be linked to the weather, on the A39 near Perranwell yesterday afternoon.

Ten ambulances and a search and rescue Sea King helicopters from RMB Chivenor in North Devon and RNAS Culdrose in Cornwall were at the scene on the rural road near the village of Townshend.

But Mr Chevalier said the operation was extremely challenging for emergency services.

Mr Chevalier praised the Goldolphin Inn and local farmhouses for opening their doors to the shocked casualties as they awaited the convoy of helicopters transporting them to hospital.
Drill written all over it




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The Croydon tram "crash" story slides on....
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...re-fatal-crash

Croydon tram victims 'ejected through windows' during crash

The simulation of the tram's speed is now complete and the
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Interim report reveals tram was travelling faster than initially thought but signs were too late to allow adequate braking
... Six of the seven who died appeared to have been either flung or partially ejected through the tram’s windows.....
...In the latest report, the RAIB says: “Of the seven passengers who died one was found inside the tram, two were found partially inside the tram, three were found underneath the tram and another was found on the track close to the tram.”
Of course they were.

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Investigators were also looking into whether lives could have been saved if the tram had been fitted with shatterproof safety glass, which is a requirement on all passenger trains.
Additional speed restrictions and signage have been introduced following the accident.
The tram's driver, Alfred Dorris, 42, was arrested at the scene and was questioned on suspicion of manslaughter.

Mr Dorris from Beckenham, south London, has been bailed until May.
A full accident report is expected to be published later this year.


Shattered windows anyone?
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...-crash-9240417



Recall that it was reported secondhand [by the police] that the pathologist said that all these people died "instantly".
Dr Robert Chapmen, the engaged pathologist here was a willing participant in the Diana pregnancy charade in 2007. [no death or body to be examined in embalmed state there!]
http://www.express.co.uk/dianainques...newly-pregnant
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Old 09-03-2017, 08:33 AM   #696
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Easily carried out train-bus crash in Biloxi Mississippi
http://edition.cnn.com/2017/03/07/us...s-train-crash/

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Mississippi officials on Wednesday released the names of the victims. They are Peggy Hoffman, 73 and Ken Hoffman, 82, both from Lockhart, Texas, a community about 70 miles southeast of San Antonio. Clinton Havran, 70 of Sealy, and Deborah Orr, 62, of Bastrop, also were killed in the crash, officials said.
Elderly retired volunteers for the drill "deaths".

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A good Samaritan to the rescue
[check]

video witness only expects events like this in the movies [check, it was a kind of movie]

http://abc13.com/news/biloxi-residen...crash/1789320/
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Garland Andrews captured cell phone video of the bus stuck and the impact that followed between the train and bus.

"People losing their life right in front of you," said Andrews.
Don't worry, Garland, nobody died,the cell phone shows nothing, just a planted bus and a locomotive nosed into it.

same old boring disaster drill format










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Old 27-06-2017, 09:12 PM   #697
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Default CCTV footage shows man hit by bus in Reading

Bus goes on pavement. More human "error".

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27 Jun 2017
CCTV footage shows the shocking moment a man was hit by a bus on the street in Reading.

Simon Smith was knocked to the ground by the vehicle while walking along Gun Street. He was able to get back on his feet afterwards and suffered only bruising.

No arrests have been made. Reading Buses says it was an awful incident which is being investigated internally.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-engl...bus-in-reading
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Old 10-08-2017, 10:23 PM   #698
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Default Bus crashes into a shop after "bus driver blacked out"

The ptb want those driverless vehicles on our roads asap.

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Lavender Hill bus crash: Two women rescued

7 hours ago

A double-decker bus crashed into a shop in south London leaving two women trapped on the top deck.

One eyewitness said he felt the bus drifting before it crashed into the front of the Poggenpohl Kitchen Design Centre in Lavender Hill, causing the shop front to collapse.

Another said the driver told her he had "blacked out", adding a paramedic thought he had had "some kind of fit".[/B]

The women were rescued by fire crews and the driver was taken to hospital.

London Ambulance Service said a total of 10 people had been treated by paramedics, three of whom had been taken to hospital.

It said it had sent five ambulance crews, two paramedics and an incident response officer to the scene at about 06:55 BST, along with an air ambulance.

Andrew Matthews, 34, from Wandsworth, was one of about a dozen passengers on the bus.

"I was on the top floor at the back, fortunately," he said.

"I noticed the bus drifting. I heard a smash and saw the roof of the shop going through [the bus] from the front left. It went to the fourth or fifth row.

"I wedged myself in, bracing myself. As soon as the bus came to a stop there was yelling, screaming.

"I noticed a lady wedged in the front right-hand side. She was screaming for help. There was a lot of blood."

Another passenger, nurse Amy Mullineux, 40, from Wandsworth, said the driver told her he had lost consciousness before the crash.

"I spoke to him. He said he blacked out before the bus hit the shop. He doesn't remember hitting anything.

"The paramedic told me they think he had some kind of fit."


A witness said smoke could be seen coming from underneath the bus.

Solange Morin, 33, who lives nearby, said: "I saw this woman shouting and banging on the glass. Everybody shouted 'fire, fire'.

"I went on to the bus. I talked to her and was holding her hands.

"She was pinned. I wouldn't have been able to get her out.

"She was so scared because people were shouting fire. There was a lot of smoke."


Another local resident, Brendan Pfahlert, said the crash "sounded like a large amount of glass being dropped".

A Transport for London (TfL) spokeswoman confirmed the crash involved a route 77 double-decker bus and said an investigation was under way.

Poggenpohl UK managing director Simon Richmond said: "We are relieved that no-one from our team was injured as the showroom had not yet opened for the day, but our thoughts are with the driver and passengers on the bus as we understand there have been casualties."

He said he hoped business would return to normal soon, but that the showroom had been severely damaged.

Police have appealed for any witnesses to contact them with information.

Detectives are particularly keen to hear from anyone with dash or helmet camera footage who was passing either prior to or during the crash.



http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-40885313
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