Comments:Two MBTA Green Line trains collide in Newton, Massachusetts

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It's dated the 29th yet 18:00 EDT on that day hasn't happened yet. On what day did this tragic event happen?

The article does state "yesterday" (28th May) --Skenmy(tcw) 16:10, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
Because I just added that. :) --+Deprifry+ 16:16, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
It's because the server is set to run on UTC time and as such, it was 19:00 PM here in Boston when I started but it just turned midnight in England resulting in the the date being May 29. It's a little quirk in the system. --TUFKAAP (talk) 03:15, 30 May 2008 (UTC)

It was the cold morning when the snow fell in the morning of today. While AM9:20-9:40 MBTA train didn't come,two of them refused to stop with having kept a person of around 15 people waiting at WARREN Station and passed it.

Meanwhile,I had an acute pain happened in a stomach since it was past 15 minutes for cold. In spite of being a usual thing, why does MBTA Boston refuse to stop?

You should think about a season, and it is a murderous dead to keep a person waiting more than 15 minutes.

Please do the modus operandi that is kind to a person a little more. The really weak person cannot use MBTA.

Think about human being. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs)