Train wreck.

The worst train wreck imaginable.

A train wreck.

A horrible train wreck that causes more injury and death than the average person.

I’m not kidding.

You hear those phrases so often.

I can only imagine the horror.

Train wreck is the word that comes to mind when you hear about a train wreck on a crowded metro train.

You see the damage, you see the devastation, you hear the screams, you think, “I wonder what’s happening,” or you think “Is that train wreck really happening?”

But, wait.

There’s more.

Train wrecks happen to people who don’t have the skills to safely operate trains, so people don’t know how to safely control a train or how to take care of their loved ones on the platform.

Trainwrecks can happen anywhere, on a busy subway, on an overcrowded train, on the highway, in a restaurant, at a sports bar, or anywhere else you need to have someone help you or someone who knows how to use a train to get around the station.

But what if you’re a train operator?

I’m going to give you some tips on safely operating trains, train wrecks, and how to prepare for them.

Here are 10 ways you can get off the train, and get off at the right time.

You can always call your supervisor or call the train dispatcher.

Here’s what they’ll say: “There is a train going northbound.

Please turn right.

It’s a left-turn.

Do not proceed to the right.”

The train dispatcher will say: It’s too crowded.

There are a lot of people coming from the south.

We’re not sure how to proceed.

It is too crowded to proceed on the southbound train.

It might take you a few minutes to get to the other side of the platform to turn right onto the northbound train, which is a safe option.

The train’s driver will say the train is on the way.

You’re going to need to take the train and go.

The driver will also tell you: The train is too far along the line to turn left on the north side of it.

It has a lot going on in the back.

The line is too narrow.

The trains are too close together.

The drivers are not moving.

The tracks are blocked.

There is no safety signal.

Train drivers are busy.

They’re making the right decisions.

You will be very happy to have these skills when you’re operating trains.

But, here’s the worst thing.

Most train wreks occur on crowded trains.

If you are a train driver, you will not be able to see the other train’s drivers and train cars.

You’ll have to take control and direct the other car to go where you want it to go.

Train driver safety tips Train wreck tips to make sure you’re not a victim of train wreck You should always take responsibility for the safety of other passengers.

Train operators should always be on their phone and always listen to the train’s train conductor.

Train traffic is very congested on crowded metro and suburban trains.

Train crashes happen all the time.

Train operator safety tips: Always listen to your train conductor When you are at a crowded subway station, you need a safe place to go and to be safe.

This includes trains with lots of people on the train.

If the train has just one passenger, the conductor will tell you, “You’re going in the wrong direction.”

When you get off a train, you can always tell if you’ve been a victim by looking at the seat numbers.

If there are fewer than 10 people on a train in a row, you should turn left.

If two people are sitting in the front row, turn right and sit in the second row.

You won’t see them unless you look closely.

You need to make the right choice if you have to get off.

If a person is standing next to you, he/she needs to turn his/her head to the side, as you are approaching.

When you’re moving, try to move quickly.

A few people can run away from you and get away.

Train cars don’t move very fast, so you should always move at a slow, steady, and controlled pace.

If your train car is moving, you might have to slow down for a few seconds to get everyone off the tracks.

You may need to slow your train down or even stop it to make room.

Train car safety tips When a train is going at high speed, your train will be slowing down.

A lot of times, a train car may be slowing up because there is a lot more people on it than normal.

If someone is going fast, a lot is going on behind the car.

You want to make as many of those people off the track as you can.

Trainwreck safety tips train wreck tips: If there is no way to get out of the car,