Train Engineer Blamed for 25 Deaths Autopsy Revealed
The autopsy was finally revealed today regarding the operator of the Metrolink train who liked to text little boys when he operated the Metrolink.
According to reports by Metrolink accident lawyers in Los Angeles, the autopsy is in from the Metrolink 111 engineer of the deadly Chatsworth crash, which occurred September 11. The engineer who was texting little boys from his cell phone at the time of the accident and who was also blamed for the deaths of twenty-five people, Robert M. Sanchez, was found to have sustained massive traumatic injuries, blood loss and multiple fractures in the lower portion of his body. Also found was fat deposits and scaring around his heart which is said could have caused arrhythmia or irregular heartbeats. There was no evidence this long term diabetes was a cause of his death according to the Deputy Examiner Lisa A. Scheinin who has ruled his death from multiple blunt force injuries.
There has also been a second autopsy preformed at the request of Sanchez’s family by Dr. Marvin Pietruszka, which will not be released to the public.
In a comment by John Sanchez the brother of Robert M. is the family was not surprised at the findings during the autopsy. Readers will recall that Sanchez' boyfriend had recently committed suicide after discovering he had AIDS, and that Sanchez allegedly was texting with young boys, whom he texted back and forth as he operated the train from his cell phone.
The Chatsworth accident occurred precisely as he was texting little boys, prompting Metrolink to blame Sanchez for failing to pay attention to the train signal. There is no word on whether Sanchez also had AIDS or not.
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