|Amtrak's "pointless arrow" in 1993|
My essential point is: Alignment-based derailments are too common to not be fixed.
* Spoiler: A loaded Amtrak passenger train at speed rammed a defective bridge truss that was knocked off its 84 year-old gravity-held mooring only 8 minutes before by a barge that was steered by an inexperienced pilot in dense fog. The Wikipedia article has more details for the those who don't have an hour to watch.
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