Sunday, January 24, 2021

Kansas City Train Track Crash Kills Driver After Dragging Car 60 Feet

Another reminder to drive safely as local skills behind the wheel are being seriously degraded by the ongoing pandemic crackdown.

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1 dead after car, train crash

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One person is dead after a crash involving a train and a car. It happened just have 1 a.m. on Sunday at 85th Street and Prospect Ave. According to police, the driver of the car was traveling east on 85th Street at Prospect.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

"skills", KC driver, Troost, 1AM, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha

Anonymous said...

Tryvon is that you ?

Wall E. Weasel said...

"Seriously degraded" driving skills have nothing to do with it. Vehicles go around the crossing gates constantly at this location and have done so since long before the recent pandemic. It's kind of a desolate area and drivers know they won't be caught and ticketed for it... except when the train catches them like it did this time. If anything, it's surprising these collisions don't happen more often at this crossing. Too many people were morons before the pandemic, are still morons during it, and will continue to be so long after it ends.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- SCRAPEGOAT

As witnesses reported conflicting accounts of the accident, crime scene investigators are exploring the possibility that the driver may have been railroaded!!!

Clayton Bigsby said...

Sounds like the driver got the first down,I'm surprised the road at that location didn't ruin his car first

Anonymous said...

Cars don't go into trains without quite a few pieces being left over.

Anonymous said...

If only there were a way to predict where a train might come along.

Anonymous said...

Classic cut thru street for drunks. Used it extensively 10 years ago