Tech-Increased train accidents along the railway lines is informed by the fact that trains cannot stop like cars do.
It is purely due to the reason that trains in locomotion are not able to stop by emergency breaking as many have tried to think ever.
There have been witnessed ugly accident scens where trains in motion strike down children, adults, animals et cetera. However, many people still wonder how this happens when trains have breaking systems just like cars.
Train drivers have never had intentions of causing accidents and just like cart drivers, they always try as much as possible to remain safe and keep others safe but the circumstances are different.
But then the emerging question is why can’t train drivers apply breaks anytime there is an obstacle ahead? The reason to this is simple, trains cannot stop instantly.
Trains are heavy, large and fast and therefore stopping instantly is not possible. In most cases, when accidents occur, the driver only sees the object when he is not ready to apply breaking in time; as train would only stop when the driver starts applying breaks 1.6 kilometers earlier.
This therefore means anytime the driver is approaching dropping points, he or she starts early to press the break and that is how he or she manages to stop at the right point for people to board and alight.
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