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On “LA Brats”, “K-Nats”, and some other nuts, or:
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6:04 AM 12/19/2017 – “Tacoma Washington Pierce county” – Semantic Interpretation – M.N.: This accident definitely looks like a subject for the FBI investigation.
Wash state train wreck many killed What is Labrat on bridge mean …www.fairfaxunderground.com/forum/read/40/2756244/2756286.html
1 day ago – 4 posts – 1 author It’s “L.A. brat, K-nat“. It’s a kid who was born in Korea (hence “KNAT” for “Korean national”), but grew up in Los Angeles, California (an “L.A. brat“). The highway over which this train runs is Interstate 5, which runs all the way from Vancouver down to Tijuana and hits most of the major West Coast cities in …
1 day ago – You’ll notice “Labrat Knats!” graffiti conveniently on display on the railroad overpass at the exact epicenter of today’s accident/terrorist event. What a coincidence! “Knats” could be a reference to khat (sp?) a cocaine like drug that is popular in eastern Africa. “Labrat” could also be lab rat and might be a graffiti …
Thank you, Putin’s Jews!
And we know who is doing all of this, anyway: of course, the Russians, the Iranians, and their “ISIS”! (Does still anyone remember what it is?)
“Tacoma Washington Pierce county” – semantic interpretation:
“Tak, o Ma, (Tako, ma… Ta [yescho] “coma” – dot [“big red dot”]), colli[u]sion on the bridge, “no go”, pierce county…
This accident definitely looks like a subject for the FBI investigation.
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In-Depth–New York Times–1 hour ago
|Derailed Amtrak train dangles over highway in Washington|
An Amtrak passenger train derailed Monday morning, spilling multiple cars off an Interstate 5 overpass in Pierce County, Washington, according to the Washington state Department of Transportation’s Twitter account.
Injuries and casualties have been reported, the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office and Amtrak said.
|Video Shows Amtrak Train Off Washington Bridge|
An Amtrak train derailed south of Seattle, and authorities say “injuries and casualties” were reported. The train derailed about 40 miles (64 kilometers) south of Seattle before 8 a.m. Monday. (Dec. 18)
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|High-speed Amtrak train derails in DuPont, Washington|
Incident involved Amtrak train 501; authorities advise drivers to avoid the area.
|Amtrak train derails on newly opened route|
Authorities say ‘injuries and casualties reported’ in Amtrak trai
Thread: LABRAT KNATS!
What does it mean???
Anagram for something maybe?
Name of a group of grafitti taggers?
Cryptic socio-political statement?
Fart noise?You can’t spell CONServatism withoutCONS
“Derailment” is not an appropriate term for this accident as an Amtrack passenger train hurtled from the rails near 70 MPH on the first-ever run (at speed) along this line. At least six people have been killed. There were 78 people on board for the inaugural run.
DUPONT, Wash. (AP) — An Amtrak train making the first-ever run along a faster new route hurtled off an overpass Monday near Tacoma and spilled some of its cars onto the highway below, killing at least six people, authorities said.
Seventy-eight passengers and five crew members were aboard when the train moving at more than 80 mph derailed about 40 miles (64 kilometers) south of Seattle before 8 a.m., Amtrak said.
There was no immediate word on why the train left the tracks.
The Pierce County Sheriff’s Office said several vehicles on Interstate 5 were struck by falling train cars and multiple motorists were injured. No fatalities of motorists were reported. (read more)
The train was making the inaugural run on the new route as part of a $180.7 million project designed to speed up service by removing passenger trains from a route along Puget Sound that’s bogged down by curves, single-track tunnels and freight traffic.
It left Seattle around 6 a.m., according to an Amtrak schedule, and was due in Portland about 3 1/2 hours later.
The new route includes a bypass built on an existing inland rail line that runs along Interstate 5 from Tacoma to DuPont, near where Train 501 derailed. Track testing was completed in January and February in advance of Monday’s launch, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
The mayor of Lakewood, Washington, a city along the new route, predicted a deadly crash — but one involving a fast-moving train hitting a car or pedestrian at a grade-crossing. At a public meeting two weeks ago, he called on state planners to build overpass-like rail structures instead of having trains cross busy streets.
“Come back when there is that accident and try to justify not putting in those safety enhancements,” Anderson said, according to Seattle television station KOMO. “Or you can go back now and advocate for the money to do it, because this project was never needed and endangers our citizens.”
The National Transportation Safety Board said it has a team of investigators on the way from Washington, D.C. (read more)
> It’s “L.A. brat, K-nat”. It’s a kid who was born
> in Korea (hence “KNAT” for “Korean national”), but
> grew up in Los Angeles, California (an “L.A.
> The highway over which this train runs is
> Interstate 5, which runs all the way from
> Vancouver down to Tijuana and hits most of the
> major West Coast cities in between, including Los
> Angeles. I suspect some kid was on a road trip and
> decided to leave a little something behind.