This Driver Got Royally Screwed By A Train System's Failed Safety Sensors

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Is this the unluckiest driver ever?

With all the videos out there of trains running into cars, you’d think train tracks are the automotive equivalent of quicksand. Sometimes the crashes make sense (in a strange way), like when a Chrysler 300 limo got stuck on some tracks and was absolutely blown up by a speeding locomotive. Other times folks are just unlucky, like this poor driver here. The arms go down and everyone stops, as they should. But then the arms go back up, and all the motorists assume it’s safe to continue on.

The photo here of the wrecked car shows the aftermath of this accident. This is certainly unfortunate but it could have been a lot worse. Scooter guy got so lucky.

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