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  • This auto was in front of the truck that I was behind when suddenly the truck in front of me swerved to right & slammed on brakes. I wondered why & realized that the real reason he was en voyage so slow (35 in a fifty five MPH zone) was that he had a auto in front of him that I couldn't see as a result of of his truck & the auto had decided to brake for the railroad crossing when no trains was coming. After stopping, Escort waited twenty seconds then continued to cross the railroad crossing when there was no trains approaching in the 1st place & there is a flashing light & arm to warn u when a train is approaching (they weren't flashing). I realize that Semi's & busses have to stop however a tiny commuter auto doesn't have to stop for a railroad crossing when no trains are coming, if he/she wants to stop for a railroad crossing, please do what Semi's & busses do - shift on u hazard lights to warn other motorists that u are moving to stop & not ever abruptly smash the brakes, gradually stop so other operators aren't captured off guard when u abruptly crash on brakes.

    • Car Details: Green FORD Escort LX
    • Last Seen Location: Ogden, Utah, US
    Anonymous June 03, 2009
    Flagged As: Information

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