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August 14, 2015
On my way home from work, riding the S-Line our train stopped and the conductor walked through the cars informing us that he could go no further. For less then a stop away (between 400 an State St) the oncoming train hit a car. All of the riders an myself tried to walk the rest of the way, only to come face to face with the scene. The whole drivers side was crushed and even with airbags deployed, the two passengers were completely unconscious and unresponsive. The front of the train was ripped off and jumped from the tracks.
As I sit by the nearest bus stop waiting to be ushered home, the ambulance passed me. Sirens off and just coasting at a normal speed. This ran chills up my spine as I tried to hope for the best.
But then later that night while watching the news we were all informed of the fatal outcome of the incident. Both driver and passenger were killed on impact.
I had never seen death up front and personal. Sure I been to wakes and seen a body in a coffin. But to see it right in it's prime rocks you to the core.
I was traumatized for days after.

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Published: 3 years, 7 months ago
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3 years, 7 months ago
I can't imagine what it's like to see a newly dead body in person like that.

When my aunt died the morticians made her look like a manikin.
3 years, 7 months ago
Since at first I thought they were only unconscious it wasn't gruesome. I mean they weren't all bloodied up or nothing. But the aftermath gave me chills hearing it on the news. Like OMG, I could barely breath for a few moments.
Thankfully my Azzy was there to help me out.
3 years, 7 months ago
That's just soooo terrible! :(
My mother worked as a receptionist in a San Jose hospital ER wing... she told me stories of how she'd seen people with missing limbs from construction accidents and teenage bodies littered with gunshot wounds. That always tripped me out, knowing she'd been exposed to such atrocious levels of human hurt and suffering. :S
I've seen somebody get hit once in a busy intersection... they were dragged about forty feet before the driver came to a screeching halt. It was insane, seeing the blood-puddle followed by the deep tire-tread tracks left on the blacktop. The paramedics who arrived shortly thereafter didn't even bother trying to lift the body afterwards, afraid of any vital organs slipping out from the victim's chest, where they were dragged the most. Totally freaky. :X
I can only imagine how traumatizing your experience must have been... death is always an inevitable burden but it can be especially scary as hell when it strikes earlier than expected.
3 years, 7 months ago
Yeah I have seen things as far as accidents go. But never stared death in it's face like that did on that day. I felt so much sorry after hearing the outcome later that night on the news. But in a way I felt at peace knowing they both died together, leaving neither one to suffer (aside from family of course which sucks).
It's kinda how Azzy and I would like to go ourselves. Since we don't feel we would wanna go on without the other. :)
Love is awesome.
3 years, 7 months ago
Unconditional love is a powerful thing to behold... and they were fortunate, knowing they were reunited in their passing. Sure the family suffers, but they won't... ever, not for all of eternity.
Its actually very bittersweet, thinking about it that way. :/
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