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That's an interesting way of looking at the cause and effect. Trains unexpectedly stopping in an expected and inevitable property of all networks, whereas trains exceeding their movement authority is not.

Stopping a train anywhere should therefore always be safe, so the safety failing is with the train behind, not the one in front.




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