The well-renowned acrobat- and linguist-couple Goran and Evelina Vocable were tragically killed during the celebration of ”The Day of the Steamengine” in Cadthorpe yesterday.
The incident took place when the couple together with a dozen-plus-one other holiday celebrators were waiting for the steamtrain no 4 ”Bertha” to take the group on a one-day excursion to Dimville church village to visit the local stamp-museum.
The origin of it all seems to have been the half-hearted suicide-attempt of Mr Vocable, as he lay down on the railroad track as a protest action over the fact that Mrs Vocable and not he himself got the last fried chipolata sausage. According to passers-by Mrs Vocable succeeded in persuading her husband to stop his suicide-attempt and leave the railroad-area.
Mrs Vocable’s last words were, according to the attending travelling companions, ”Oh, Goran, I am so glad that you have changed your mind. Now let’s get out of here. It can’t be a good idea to sit on the rails. What if there should come a tra…”
Mr and Mrs Vocable leave a son, Dinsdale, who claimed to have done what he could to stop the train, but since his parents had forbidden him to talk to strangers and since he was not formally introduced to the steam-engineer there was actually not much he could do.
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