Man Struck and Killed by Train, Waynesboro PD Investigating

The Waynesboro Police Department is currently investigating an incident in which an individual was struck and killed by a train. Read more
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jogger

Hillsville, VA

#1 May 23, 2013
I betcha Darwin had something to do with this.....That guy is always on the prowl...
Buckinham VA

United States

#2 May 23, 2013
Oh no..I hope he didn't try to play chicken with the train...
Thinking free

Richmond, VA

#3 May 23, 2013
There's cause and effect, don't know what an accident is.
OffTheTracks

Scottsville, VA

#4 May 23, 2013
Did the train swerve over and hit the guy? NO!!! STAY OFF THE TRACKS and you can't get hit. It's as simple as that. People that get hit by trains because they're walking on the tracks are being eliminated by Darwin's theory of evolution: Only the smart survive.
CvilleMechEngr

Charlottesville, VA

#5 May 23, 2013
OffTheTracks wrote:
Did the train swerve over and hit the guy? NO!!! STAY OFF THE TRACKS and you can't get hit. It's as simple as that. People that get hit by trains because they're walking on the tracks are being eliminated by Darwin's theory of evolution: Only the smart survive.
That's right. It gives added meaning to "the quick and the dead."
Thinking free

Richmond, VA

#6 May 23, 2013
OffTheTracks wrote:
Did the train swerve over and hit the guy? NO!!! STAY OFF THE TRACKS and you can't get hit. It's as simple as that. People that get hit by trains because they're walking on the tracks are being eliminated by Darwin's theory of evolution: Only the smart survive.
I think we're actually devolving.
G Luv

Charlottesville, VA

#7 May 23, 2013
OffTheTracks wrote:
Darwin's theory of evolution: Only the smart survive.
Wow, do you misunderstand evolution.
Eaglescout1984

Charlottesville, VA

#8 May 23, 2013
I haven't notice a train going by our office since this morning. I guess this is why
Interesting

Waynesboro, VA

#9 May 23, 2013
It's interesting how none of you would be making comments like this if you knew the person who was killed in the accident. Try to be more sensitive.
engineer

Mechanicsville, VA

#10 May 23, 2013
Unfortunately this happens way to often on our rails. The familys and the crew of the train are most affected. The sight and sound of a body getting demolished from a train is no laughing matter, the crews are the one who are affected by ignorant people.
STFU

Richmond, VA

#11 May 23, 2013
SOMEONE is DEAD, so stop making jokes or saying he had it coming. Have some respect people.
Friend of person killed

Charlottesville, VA

#12 May 23, 2013
Are people really this unkind and insensitive? A life was lost, a family destroyed, a community aching. Pray - don't joke - don't judge - pray.
George S

Birmingham, AL

#13 May 23, 2013
A lot of sick Darwin failures posting needless, hateful messages here.
Nu him 2

Waynesboro, VA

#15 May 24, 2013
Clearly this was a troubled person. Instead of being a pinhead, look around...do you see a struggling young person? Obviously by your comments, your early years were fantastic; you are wildly successful now, right? So cool your snark and help those less fortunate than you! There are so many struggling young people just waiting for your wisdom. Be careful commenting on what you do not know as you appear to be "the Great Oz." On second thought, this may be world that you are wildly successful in, I do read your comments frequently.30
common sense

Floyd, VA

#16 May 24, 2013
Thinking free wrote:
<quoted text>I think we're actually devolving.
Exactly. Now, you're getting it.
common sense

Floyd, VA

#17 May 24, 2013
I'd say the insensitivity is shared by the person who did such a thing to cause their families and friends such shock and pain from their premature deaths. It is extremely frustrating having this happen over and over again and is such an unnecessary way to die and so easily preventable, sort of like the drownings that happen on the New River every year from drunk kids passed out on the rocks when the dam opens up stream.
Use yours

Princeton, WV

#18 May 25, 2013
common sense wrote:
I'd say the insensitivity is shared by the person who did such a thing to cause their families and friends such shock and pain from their premature deaths. It is extremely frustrating having this happen over and over again and is such an unnecessary way to die and so easily preventable, sort of like the drownings that happen on the New River every year from drunk kids passed out on the rocks when the dam opens up stream.
Don't you get it? He didn't want to prevent it, dummy. Use your "common sense". And don't speak of that which you know nothing about, you self-righteous numb nuts.
one of our own in wboro

Parkville, MD

#19 May 26, 2013
u never know what the person beside u has been through or going through maybe life was too much for him to handle on that day where was his friends his family where r they now we still dont know the identity isnt some1 missing a child a brother when life gets overwhelming sometimes the best thing a true friend can do is listen dont judge dont criticize who knows if that young man meant to kill hiself coulda been a cry for help no 1 was there to help we have our soldiers coming home after years of seeing undescribable acts men and women that fought for our freedom can u imagine how much they have bottled up inside that some1 should just listen to pray for them pray for the young man who was hit by the train pray for his family and friends who cant get last week back this young man is gone we cant save him but theres always someone you can help so next time your in the park or just walking down the street ask yourself what the man woman or child near you has experienced because you never know and this darwin crap please grow up weve lost too many people to drugs and suicide its time to fight back help strangers it will come back to you in many diffrent ways just listen u dont have to say a word shhhhhh just listen can u do that is ur life so perfect u dont have a few mins just to ask how r u? our youth is our future our elderly made our pathways to freedom isnt it time to grow up until u have lost sum 1 to such a tragic accident u will never understand ive lost a son not to suicide to a illness regardless until u have buried ur own u just dont know the hurt a parent goes thru so to u simple minded darwin people get a life
Candy in the boro

Waynesboro, VA

#20 Jun 3, 2013
So, who was the young man that died?
Who Knows

Lyndhurst, VA

#21 Jun 6, 2013
Candy in the boro wrote:
So, who was the young man that died?
Joseph Yuhasz , 20 years old, of Waynesboro

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