gobuchul - Member
The think they were talking about people jumping in front of drivers trains, not the drivers topping themselves!
edlong - Member
Yeah, sorry I meant drivers who experienced other people throwing themselves in front of their trains. My BIL is a train driver (not in the UK anymore though) and he's had colleagues' lives hugely affected by this.
There is nothing they can do whatsoever if someone is determined to commit suicide by jumping in front of the train. (check out death by train on Youtube etc, seen that ... some of the bodies were quartered) Train driver can only do their best to stop in time. If the train driver is affected then they should seek counseling as the situation out of their control.