We are at #105 -- that's world class!

We appreciate Rad Sallee's more objective reporting of Metro since Lucas Wall left, but Sallee's MetroRail accident count is off:

Unless the incidents suddenly stop, the Metropolitan Transit Authority's 7.5-mile light rail line soon will log its 100th collision.

A 61-year-old woman became No. 99 on Thursday when, according to witnesses, she stepped in front of a MetroRail train in Midtown. The impact knocked her to the pavement and caused multiple abrasions, but she felt well enough Friday to go home from the hospital.

Not quite. #100 happened on July 19. The pedestrian accident last Thursday was #105.

Posted by Anne Linehan @ 08/01/05 08:10 AM | Print |

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