Do you stop before crossing the railroad tracks if there is traffic and wait till the cars have moved a distance to move forward yourself? or do you just move forward and sit on the tracks?
I am bringing this up, because of the recent story in the news about a woman that was waiting in traffic ( with her two year old son) on railroad tracks and the person infront of them moved so she could get out of the way of the oncoming train, she moved the wrong way and ended up facing the train. Her 2 year old was fine.
In my opinion, she needs to be charged for endangering her child. This woman was stupidly lucky that she didn't kill him.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:23 AM on Jun. 11, 2009 in Just for Fun
Answer by Happywith2girls at 11:40 AM on Jun. 11, 2009
Answer by sadira29 at 12:16 PM on Jun. 11, 2009
Answer by salexander at 12:22 PM on Jun. 11, 2009
Answer by Juggalette0327 at 12:23 PM on Jun. 11, 2009
Sometimes I will be driving and I come to a railroad track and I stop on it and look both ways to see if there is a train coming, when the coast is clear I go forward....
No J/K I do not approach the tracks either it is in front of me or behind me but not too close behind. Some people have no sense...good question!
Answer by Butterfly1108 at 12:25 PM on Jun. 11, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 1:05 PM on Jun. 11, 2009
Answer by sillyt at 1:05 PM on Jun. 11, 2009