Light Rail Vs. Bus: The Video
What's it look like when a Metro light-rail train broadsides a Metro bus? Now we know!!
The agency has released security video of the incident; here's CNN's version of things.
We think two very, very different thoughts were going through the minds of the engineer and the bus driver.
The engineer was thinking "Oh, sheeee-itttttt." The bus driver was thinking "Check out the ass on that woman!!"
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All right, maybe he wasn't thinking exactly that, but he sure wasn't thinking about physics, time and space, and whether he had a good shot at getting across the tracks.
Metro also released the following info on the bus driver:
The operator, Reginald Rideout, remains suspended without pay pending the completion of METRO's investigation. A METRO operator for 10 years, Rideout, 50, has been involved in three accidents during his employment, two of which were minor, but deemed preventable.
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