Trains in Downtown Los Angeles Ransacked by Thieves

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Trains in Downtown Los Angeles Ransacked by Thieves

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Trains in downtown Los Angeles ransacked by thieves: 'Amazon packages, UPS boxes, unused Covid tests'
Union Pacific, a railroad company, has primary jurisdiction over crimes committed on the tracks
https://www.foxnews.com/us/train-thieve ... os-angeles
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Re: Trains in Downtown Los Angeles Ransacked by Thieves

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.......because being able to use food stamps to purchase hot and prepared foods in the State of California is not enough to survive.....

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Video of some of the boxes all over near the containers: https://youtu.be/nQrTORBS-co
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Video of a train derailing through the boxes: https://twitter.com/bellikemike/status/ ... 56514?s=20
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This can't be helpful given the "Supply Line" issues being blamed for the empty shelves and higher prices.

This isn't going to get better soon. Railroads will be forced to adapt. Operations could be shifted from the yards in the big cities to yards in smaller cities and / or rural areas.

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