Seattle Train Wreck : Eagle Scout

Seattle Train Wreck : Eagle Scout

Konzelman, who is an Eagle Scout and has had some first-aid training, said he and Hoverson ran up to help them down to the freeway.

Then, he went back up and climbed through the window of one of the train cars that remained on the bridge. – The Seattle Times

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The Seattle Times even finds God useful for copy when it fits their needs. Must be galling to a few of The Seattle Times reporters.

Certainly, a few heathens will be asking, Why did God let it happen in the first place?

The answer, well, He, God did let it happen – deal with it.

When you have dealt with your stinky attitude come back and I will answer the why.

“Anyone who strikes a man and kills him shall surely be put to death. However, if he does not do it intentionally, but God lets it happen, he is to flee to a place I will designate. (Exodus 21:12-13)

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(seattletimes.com)—As Konzelman approached the bridge, cars began slamming on their brakes. It was just after 7:30 a.m.

“I looked up and saw the train was hanging off,” Konzelman said. “I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, this was major.’”

He pulled off the freeway, then ran onto the tracks leading to the rail bridge. He saw about five people climbing out of a train car on the bridge.

“There were two cars that had turned sideways on the bridge,” Konzelman said. “They (passengers) had broken out one of the emergency exit windows. They had blood streaming from their heads. A lot of them had hip or back injuries and respiratory troubles.”

Konzelman, who is an Eagle Scout and has had some first-aid training, said he and Hoverson ran up to help them down to the freeway.

Then, he went back up and climbed through the window of one of the train cars that remained on the bridge.

“There was a gentleman in there who couldn’t move and a lady with a head injury who was in shock,” he said. He stayed with them for a few minutes and calmed them down.