FlyingPurpleSheeplEater: I agree that Emotion balanced by thought and common sense is a good way to approach situations like this and any other, but to say one should wait to grieve and honor the death of a loved one after the case is solved, is pure ignorance and stupidity. There is no proper way to grieve and there is no manual that describes how to handle a situation like this.
One more thing, the train tracks ran through their farm/property, so they weren't really on someone elses property and it wasn't really trespassing.
slov, thank you for your comment. There's no further evidence that what is shown in the above article. So, your assumption is rash and possibly incorrect. It doesn't fully state who was at fault and how the accident occured. I actually know one of the individuals that was involved in this incident. To say that their family would sue the train company is not needed and out of line. Just because you worked for the Train Company and have seen incidents like this first hand, doesn't give you the privilege to make comments like that. Your ignorance is unbelieveable. Yes, I understand where your comming from, but again, thats doesn't give you the right to make judgement and comments like that.