Train Wrecks, Accidents and Crashes

Tutorial:How to Divide your docu

im just giving a hint HOW to make a docu readable
Part 1:Remembering what happend
Try and remember what happend and what train was involved and so on...
Part 2: Dividing
Divide your docu into Segments
1:Get to know the Trains:
2:How it happend:
3: Consequences/Aftermath
Part 3:
Youre done!

I was waiting for that train about a mile west at Halsted and Lake that night. After an hour or so the westbound platform was so crowded there was no room to move, and every westbound Lake Street bus was immediately jammed as soon as the doors opened. I ended up walking 3 blocks east to the C&NW station, took the commuter train (also jammed because no westbound Ls running) to Oak Park, then back east on the L from Harlem. Usually got home from work around 6:30PM, that night it was around 10:00PM. Not sure when they finally got the jam untangled, but someone finally figured out they could reroute the Lake/Dan Ryan trains down Wells and Van Buren while the mess at Lake and Wabash was being cleaned up.
I seriuosly doubt that he broke the rail himself. It weren't hiz fault !

Quoting photos with the
tags included is improper, and a waste of bandwidth.

This is how you doo it:

You can go back and "Edit" posts also, and take out the
Sorry mate.Im sorry about the waste of space but i cant remove pics form quotes!Get it?!
Besides,HOW DO I DO IT WHEN IM LESS THAN A YEAR ON THIS FORUM?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Boy,Read the User Statistics!
And i didnt say that he broke the rails himself!if he did it,The rozers will be up his Butt for Sabotage!
he said that it was the Money worth going on that Trip and i told him that was SARCASM he is Using
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