well yeah, I suppose technically one could argue that the driver in Heniretta should have seen it coming..
but...no gates were down, no flashing lights, and the train had orders to stop. approaching the crossing, there was no indication a train was seconds away..alhough I image the horm must have been blaring..
so in that case, I guess you could say the victim was partially to blame..but the railroad deserves about 90% of the blame for that one in my opinion..but we have been over all that before, no real need to debate that one any further..
in the other incidents, and in the VAST majority of train related deaths, the trespassers were 100% to blame for their own deaths.
it really annoys me when people blame the railroad when some idiot was walking down the middle of the tracks and got hit..
but..thats a whole 'nother topic..
(although..I suppose its impossible to discuss train related deaths without debating that aspect of it as well...but lets try to not get this thread locked!
I wont say anyomore about it...nothing more to say really...