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Boeing fuselages in Montana river after train derails

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Why would it make you sick....No one was hurt and a few fuselages lost in the supply chain will lead to an increase in production and some overtime for the folks on the line to make up for it, and some extra money for them to take home so people and their families will gain from this. 

 

Also a salvage company will get a contract and some extra work out of this too......Seems very good for the economics of those involved. Accidents do happen and yes this is what the railway has insurance for.  

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Accidents happen and I am glad no one was injured.

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Why would it make you sick....No one was hurt and a few fuselages lost in the supply chain will lead to an increase in production and some overtime for the folks on the line to make up for it, and some extra money for them to take home so people and their families will gain from this. 

 

Also a salvage company will get a contract and some extra work out of this too......Seems very good for the economics of those involved. Accidents do happen and yes this is what the railway has insurance for.  

 

I like your positive attitude, yet for everything you point out there is an offset. Employees laid off as materials they were waiting on are now in a river. Insurance rates jump so railroad employees are laid off too. Possible lawsuits because of delayed aircraft not being delivered, etc. etc.

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