Posted April 05, 2020 18:29:51As a young boy, my mother was the last person in the world I expected to see a train go through a tunnel full of children.
We’d heard about the horror stories of children being killed on the platform, and the horror story of a boy dying after a train derailed.
I was so traumatised by it that I was terrified to go to school.
My first memories of the train, I thought, was of it falling down a chute.
But I never thought of it as being like that.
It was a very scary experience, and I was never sure why.
It was the first time I’d ever been in a train that had not gone through a tube, so I had a pretty good idea what to expect.
At first I didn’t think the train would go any further, but I remember thinking, I’m going to be okay.
I’m not going to fall.
My legs were shaking, I felt very hot, but the train did not stop.
I thought maybe my legs were getting numb.
I thought, well, maybe this is what they want me to do.
I remember thinking I was going to die on the train.
The next thing I remember is waking up and being in the bathroom.
I didn�t realise what had happened, but my legs had been twisted and my head was spinning.
I had a couple of very bad headaches the next day.
It wasn�t until I got out of the hospital that I realised that I had just been in the same train as a child.
I remember waking up with the feeling of having just gone through that tunnel.
As a train driver, I’ve never experienced anything like it, and that is a pretty big comfort.
I have had a few people ask me if I know what the experience was like for the passengers.
The answer is, I do.
They said they had experienced the same thing.
The majority of passengers were fine, but a few were very upset.
One of them, a lady from the UK, said:I felt really scared when I saw the child on the tracks, because I thought that was the worst thing that could happen.
She said that the child had just fallen down a tunnel.
That is why she didn’t want to see it.
I think she was very emotional about that.
The train had a history of safety issues and a history that was pretty bad.
I had to take all the children off the train after I saw one of the parents in distress, so they were all put in the care of the local council.
As well as the children, there were about 50 other passengers on board.
I don’t think it was the safest train.
I was worried about them because they were children, and they were in their own car, so it could be a bit difficult to get out of there.
I know they had to get back in the car and put on their seats.
There was a lot of shouting and screaming and screaming from the children.
They were shouting, ‘We are going to kill ourselves, we are going do something bad.’
It was quite emotional, it was a bit upsetting.
I knew what was going on.
I saw them cry a lot.
The next day, I did get a bit of a scare.
I realised I had been sitting in a wheelchair, and my legs hurt.
I wasn’t sure if I was on a broken leg or a broken hip.
I felt really bad about it.
My son was there to look after him, and he had a big red and black flag on his lapel.
That was a real concern.
I felt that they were being treated differently than the other passengers, and if they had been treated properly, I would have had more sympathy for them.
It is a bit sad that they got injured.
The parents said that they had seen two children that were in a similar situation to what happened to their child.
They both went to the hospital the next morning.
There are a few things that you should know about the train that I didnít get to report on my first day, but that I can share now because I had so much information.
The conductor was an old man, a senior railway employee.
He came from the area, and had worked on the trains for 40 years.
He had a wife and two children.
He didn’t go into details of the incidents that happened on the day, just that the children were being taken off the platform.
He said he was very sad about it and was trying to come to terms with it.
He was talking about how it was his job to take care of his passengers, because he was the conductor.
I said, well itís not his job.
The conductor was a big man, and his age and the fact that he wasnít working on a regular basis, made it difficult for him to cope with the situation.I spoke