14 commuters hurt when train hits post in Chicago

Jan 6, 2014 Full story: Star-Telegram.com

A rail official says 14 passengers were injured when a commuter train hit a "bumping post" at a downtown Chicago station, the second such accident of the day.

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Bensley reality

Nashua, NH

#1 Jan 6, 2014
Don't you just hate that when a bumping post jumps out in front of your train while its moving??

Or is this the case of another union train operator picking her nose or texting or other wise distracted while driving a train on the tracks??

Gee wiz.

come on man that is really lame even for a union moron

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