Man Killed On Elevated Metro Track In Baltimore – Camera Footage Should Reveal Whether Cause Was Wrongful Death Or Contributory Negligence
Metro Train service was suspended at about 3 p.m. on Thursday September 13th, 2012 when a man was killed after being struck on an elevated Metro track near the West Cold Spring Lane Overpass. The Baltimore City Fire department investigated the accident. Maryland Transit Administration Police were working to determine how and why the man entered the tracks Thursday night, reports the Baltimore Sun.
Apparently, camera footage exists which will most likely reveal what the man was doing on the tracks and whether his death was avoidable or due to some failure on the part of the MTA.
The full article is available in the Baltimore Sun.