HOW IRONIC, AFTER MY STORY ON ILLEGALLY PARKED TRACTOR TRAILER TRUCKS IN JAMAICA LIRR TUNNELS, A TRUCK HITS LIRR BRIDGE IN WOODSIDE – NOW MAYBE THE MEDIA WANTS TO FINALLY REPORT OF THIS BULLSHIT & LEADERS WILL DO SOMETHING

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Maybe, just maybe this city and NYPD will crackdown on huge dangerous commercial trucks, like big waste trucks with containers,  parking illegally inside LIRR Tunnels as opposed to when citizens “see something suspicious” they don’t get this bullshit:

Service Request #: C1-1-1269576281
Date Submitted: 06/24/16 4:37:11 PM
Request Type: Derelict Vehicle
Details: With License Plate

Your Service Request was closed.The Police Department responded to the complaint and determined that police action was not necessary.

On 2nd thought, how about NO PARKING of any kind inside LIRR Tunnels and how about banning certain types of trucks going through any of this LIRR Tunnels. Or will they screw up all the graft.

Or all you all waiting for KABOOM!

MEDIA: Maybe it is finally time for you all to step up to the plate on this issue that has been going on for too long while watchful eyes look on (or divert their look towards graft).

Practice games for terrorist. The 170 LIRR Tunnel in Downtown Jamaica.

Practice games for terrorist. The 170 LIRR Tunnel in Downtown Jamaica.

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Truck hits LIRR

Police conduct an investigation after a truck hit a Long Island Rail Road bridge west of Woodside Station in Queens on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. (Credit: Charles Eckert)

From WABC:

 

LIRR up and running after truck hits bridge in Queens, causing nightmare evening commute

Truck hits bridge overpass disrupting LIRR commute
Josh Einiger has the story. (Ben Whitney / Twitter: @WhitneyBen)
Updated 33 mins ago

The Long Island Rail Road was back up and running Wednesday morning, after a nightmare of a Tuesday evening commute.

The LIRR said a moving company truck struck a train bridge at 39 Avenue and 50th Street in Woodside, Queens just after 6 p.m.

As a result, some trains out of Penn Station in New York were canceled or delayed at least an hour.

The damage was minimal enough for the trucker to drive away.

But, the railroad decided to shut the bridge down just in case.

Fortunately after an inspection, trains are now moving again and passing along the bridge.

MTA police had restricted access into Penn Station due to crowding conditions resulting from delays, but access has now been restored.

There’s no word on any injuries.

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