Name: Robert Pines
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 17 July 2017
So L@N when you gonna put the FAKE Compost Shoveler in your handle? Here
you who never worked a day on a railroad asking stupid questions.
Never was stupid enough to get on a train bomb and run it like a idiot
with no brakes or steering to need an emergency myself. Somehow the
railroad finds the kool-aid drinkers though.
Dispatch go like Lost Three this is Lost One are you Lost Two? Or
maybe "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe how ya hear my radio"? Loud and clear
but all that hummm.
“So there wouldn’t have been any interactional communication between
the crews unless CSX had notified either Amtrak or possibly the tower
in Union Station that they had a crew that was either on the ground or
had a train with a problem, and that may very well be one of the issues
that they look into: the communication with who, and what if any
notification had been given,” Harris said. He represents Amtrak and
commuter locomotive engineers.
The big question is why KIDS were being trained on a busy track and not
on L@Ns back yard track in Idaho