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Weird & Unusual Railroad Action! Derailments, Train Wrecks,Crossing Malfunctions Etc!

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Derailments, railroad accidents, street running trams trains, dangerous railway places, trespassing on railroad property, railway car implosion, steam train race, fire trucks wait for train, malfunctioning railway crossing signals etc. I am not anti police. There are bad employees in all lines of work. I worked in public service for over 2 decades working with county government enforcing state and local rules and regulations so I am familiar with law enforcement. The clip with the Kenton County Police Department in Kentucky was a hard decision for me to post. KCPD has 2 officers who I had to file written complaints on: Trevor Rohe and Gary Helton. Also, here is the rest of the story on the girl who overdosed next to me when I was trying to film a train. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-QRa7_9nwA The girl was revived with Narcan and lived.
The imploded railway car / carriage was just west of Cincinnati near Delhi. It was not an exploded railroad car, it was an imploded railroad car! I have lots of videos of inoperable railroad railway crossing gates at level at grade railway crossings so click the link below. Female railroad employees are rare. Railroad maintenance is one area I have not seen a woman in yet. Female engineer and female conductor, yes, but rare. Thanks for watching! please comment, rate and subscribe to Jawtooth!

00:44 House only 9 feet from tracks!
1:48 Locomotive on trailor closes 2 Interstates!
1:58 Girl overdoses on heroin while I am recording a train!
2:36 TTI Derails loaded coal train!
3:06 Streetrunning on crowded Main St.!
4:49 Imploded tank car! Yes, I said railroad car implosion, not exploded!
5:00 Cops make moving wall to push railfans away!
6:26 Extremely low railroad bridge over road!
6:42 Runaway tank car derails on closed railroad!
7:59 Hi-rail truck activates crossing gates!
8:21 Fire station with railroad in front of bay doors!
8:32 Crossing gates not working at night!
8:46 Funny train horn with train in reverse! fake
9:11 Remote control caboose!
9:23 Female engineer!
9:41 Rail train interrupts parade!
10:39 Steam locomotive races diesel locomotive!
12:03 Rare crossing gate defect detector!
13:14 Cops arrest me for having a scanner for trains!
13:56 Car refuses to stop for flagman conductor!
14:23 Me almost hit by train! fake

Please make sure you are on a computer that allows you to see the annotations ( words ) on the video. Mobile devices like cell phones will not allow the words on the video to show up. Also, watch in HD!! This video broke 200K on 1-14-17. I may have to repost this video because YouTube did away with annotations and I used them in this video. Thanks a lot YouTube.

How Not To Remove Hornets Nest! Attacked By Hornets!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByuUSZQQniQ
Railroad Crossing Malfunctions / Fails!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REA_qY-wrIg&t=933s
Street Running Train Blocks Road! https://www.youtube....


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