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Safe Rules of the Railroad: Some helpful information

It doesn't happen often. The Long Island Rail Road runs more than a quarter of a million trains a year, and we hardly ever have to evacuate a rail car. But even though emergencies and evacuations are rare, we train our personnel for them regularly, and we want you to be familiar with our evacuation procedures. Please read the 'Stop, Look, and Listen' tips on the next page carefully. Then, in the unlikely event that your train meets with an emergency, you'll know exactly what to do.
Whatever the emergency, rest assured that your LIRR crew will keep you informed and assist you in any way necessary.
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