Light-rail trains need to stay on a schedule -- so it's understandable that sometimes conductors must close the doors and take off even when they can see someone rushing toward an entrance. Besides, how often does that really happen? Very often, according to a recently posted video on view below, which edits together a slew of what it describes as "light rail denials." Check it out below.
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