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(Chicago Sun-Times)   Guy who drove his truck into a restaurant survives after being hit by train later that night. Lay odds on boat or plane tri-fecta to the right   ( posttrib.suntimes.com) divider line
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2014-04-20 05:58:35 PM  
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Dl_white_power: Rik01: Trains are big, heavy, noisy things. Near crossroads they usually give several warning blasts of their horns. If the engineer sees someone by the tracks along the line, he'll usually lay on his horn.

Plus a train makes the ground shake coming and going.

Now, walking alongside the tracks with a cell to your ear does not mean you can't notice a million pound train sneaking up on you. Especially at night, with that million candlepower headlight swinging back and forth.

So, what was this guys excuse?

The often shakes when alcohol is involved.
/or so I'm told.

The whole thing?
2014-04-20 05:30:02 PM  
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Mikeyworld: Dang, That was 'couldn't'. It was the keyboard, I swear

no cell phones were damaged in typing this

If you paid more attention to your surrounds, you ould avoid typos like that.
2014-04-20 07:04:57 PM  
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