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"After The Blood On The Tracks" "Motormen's (T/O's) Lament".


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I read the article, and just thinking to myself "What are those train operators going through after their train hits a person." The fact that it's so painful that they don't want to return to their jobs. May my best wishes be with those operators.

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its very sad to read these stories.i wounder why ppl always want to suicide.its not your time guys..i know how the world is but you just gotta live threw it.even its horrible.i really feel sorry for the T/Os who endured such a thing. its crazy when i read they can still see there bodies when they cross that certain area they died.

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Nice article, but i prefer hearing it from those who have experienced it mouths. It makes one think, what would I do if it were me. I had one close call at 149st on the (6) line, but my classmate wasn't so fortunate, as he was the one who had the one at 33rd St., on the express tracks. That was a suicide, well planned it seemed to..........

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