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Posted: 07 March 2012
You're the one that needs to read slowly...nowhere was CSX found
guilty of anything.
What it does say is..."Surely some responsibility rests with bus
driver John Tomaszewski. He got lost on his way to the bus station,
missed 13 signs warning of the low bridge ahead and became distracted
by a GPS unit, all while piloting a vehicle carrying 28 sleeping
Yet in acquitting Tomaszewski of criminally negligent homicide on
Tuesday — an unpopular but correct decision — Onondaga County Court
Judge Anthony Aloi finally focused attention on the ultimate culprit:
“that inherently dangerous CSX bridge.”
Up to now, the railroad somehow has managed to remain above the swirl
of activity surrounding its 100-year-old bridge. CSX has been nearly as
inert as iron and steel in reacting to the dangers the structure
Odds are the bridge was there long before the Onondaga Lake Parkway.
It's a numbered state route, the state is responsible for the road.
The state can't be sued except with their permission, which they
won't give. Just watch and see if the state lets a contract to lower
With regard to the NTSB...over the years, you have made your feeling
crystal clear on the FRA and NTSB, that they are pawns of the
oppressors. Either back up you statement,"NTSB doesn't go out 20
times a year..." with proof or you're the liar!
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