Re: Two rooms and a laundry
  Mark Skinner

This is the site. It pretty much speaks for itself as to how the car
managed to get between the two trams.

The car would have been merging from those arrows behind the front tram and
likely didn't see the tram behind.

On Wed, 14 Sept 2022, 5:48 pm TP, historyworks@...> wrote:

> The latest evolution of the two rooms and a bath design in Prague:

>

>

> https://scontent.fsyd4-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t39.30808-6/306193613_529759442484456_7651455928610511517_n.jpg?_nc_cat=105&ccb=1-7&_nc_sid=8bfeb9&_nc_ohc=0OLUf_4YsqQAX92qphz&_nc_ht=scontent.fsyd4-1.fna&oh=00_AT-UfASq2ZG6l3-akm7I8ukm_9lu2-lgRscHcbG1DmND5g&oe=6326BA5B

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> And in answer to that perennial question - no, trams don't have crumple

> zones, but cars do.

>

> Some car drivers do get themselves into weird situations.

>

> Tony P

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