Monday, May 14, 2012

Catalan railroads to reduce body removal time by half

One of those “what’s the other half of the story?” articles in La Vanguardia today, the Ferrocarriles de Catalunya announced that they were implementing a new protocol that should shorten the amount of time to remove bodies from the track from 40 to 20 minutes.

Perhaps they are anticipating a rash of suicidal Bankia retail investors

1 comment:

Lee said...

Well, since Spain is lacking in real skyscrapers, and since blessedly we enjoy decent gun control, the only option is the train. Just remember, you bankrupt depressives, to throw yourselves under the AVE, so that the passengers can get a late arrival discount. Because if you did it under the Cercanía, no one would notice.