Reading the local paper online and it seems another car has managed to collide with a train - that makes four in just 5 months. Thankfully no one was seriously hurt though some of the comments in the article like "I was driving at between 80kmh to 100kmh when I suddenly saw the train after I passed the trees" makes me wonder about some drivers. If you can't see the f*&%ing railway line then slow down. It's not like trains have a habit of hiding and leaping out in front of innocent motorists - though once again I see the driver and other people are blaming the railway crossing :roll: It worries me that if drivers aren't capable of seeing or hearing a train where they should expect one, on a railway line - then what are the chances of them spotting something smaller (like a motorcycle) when going through an intersection. Of course you also have to wonder about the rider that allegedly "goes across that crossing at up to 200kmh".