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(KTVU Bay Area News)   Family sues BART after a worker was struck and killed by a train. When contacted for comment BART laughed and said they could eat his shorts   (ktvu.com) divider line 2
    More: Followup, Bay Area Rapid Transit, wrongful deaths, trains  
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2014-05-18 01:07:08 AM  
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fluffy2097: It's not the BART's fault.

We know where trains go, they are on tracks. We know when they go there, they are on schedules.

What this is, is a lack of basic safety protocol. Probably brought about by constant strikes.


Strikes brought on by a union where the average worker makes $130,000 a year. I'm pretty damned liberal but fark the bart union.
2014-05-18 02:40:02 AM  
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Bootysama: Strikes brought on by a union where the average worker makes $130,000 a year. I'm pretty damned liberal but fark the bart union.

False!

While they are highly paid, "the average gross pay for the blue-collar BART union workers who are threatening another shutdown was $76,551 last year."

There are plenty of valid reasons to not like BART union workers, but you just look real dumb when you make stuff up.
 
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