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July 01, 2010


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Brad Fallon

I think reporters should really try it themselves before they can say something about its safety. Your story will not be that reliable when you don't experience it yourself. You should try it and not just interview people who have tried.


Train safety should be made more public, I don't think kids realise the dangers of crossing trainlines, I also down thing they realise just how dangerous it is to put our heads out of the windows. Where would we stand insurance wise if anything was to happen?

Truck Lowering Suspension Parts

I couldn't agree more. The children may well be imitating the ones they always see, especially if they find it exciting.

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