That justification for train delays always makes me wonder.
Why does a sick person on a train mean that trains have to get thrown all out of whack? Ok, so the person is sick, but can’t they just get off the train and wait for assistance on the platform?
That’s why I think the “sick passenger” think is just complete bull. Does “sick” mean motion sickness or heart attack? Does “sick” mean laid out on the floor of the train?
If so, they should just be more upfront with the info. Just say that there is a passenger unconcious on the train. At least then the hold up sounds justified.
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