I was reading the Chicago Sun-Times Friday January 15 and noticed an article that caught my eye:
A violin concert by a solo artist named Rachel Barton-Pine. I remembered that there was a past topic about a
female violinist that was severely injured in an accident involving a Metra train some years back - and this topic
was under a title that would make this subject harder to find looking through the Chicagoland archive pages...
https://chicago.suntimes.com/2021/1/15/ ... t-concerto
This was the same person that GBN had started this earlier topic about - "Passed Without Comment" made this
subject title not able to be found unless I had either the correct name or the exact topic to search by so I started
looking at the archive pages one by one until I found this topic and read the content.
11 years later Rachel Barton-Pine looks to have come a long way to recover from her injuries to her legs.
Losing the ability to walk is tough enough remembering what she suffered through...
I am not going to comment further about the incident involving Metra or on anything else about these injuries.
This was simply a tragic chain of events looking back that we all wished had not occurred...MACTRAXX
EXPRESS TRAIN TO NEW YORK PENN STATION-NO JAMAICA ON THIS TRAIN-PLEASE STAND CLEAR OF THE CLOSING TRAIN DOORS