On 10-27, a FedEx Express truck (looks like a W700) rear-ended and killed 2 young girls, ages 2 and 6, in Senatobia, MS. According to police reports, the courier did not stop and rear-ended the Saturn, killing both children instantly. I've been doing a bit of research lately on serious Express accidents during the last year, and there are quite a few in which innocent people were killed or very badly injured. As I've said before, Fedex doesn't publish accident data, and it certainly doesn't let employees know when serious accidents happen. Rear-enders, blowing through red lights and stop signs....all good indicators of distracted or perhaps speeding couriers trying to get it all done so they can keep their job. Sure, we see the posters of the wrecked trucks, but no associated story, and no connection to always pushing us to do more in less time. Think any of this is associated with the big push for increased productivity? My bet is that it is, and that serious accidents are way-up, not that we'd ever be told. I hope that the family gets a bundle, and my thoughts go out to their parents, family, and to the courier. Fedex will throw him under the bus, and then scramble to reduce their liability. No amount of money can ever replace a life, especially that of a child. I only hope that the full story comes out. See, Fred? There are consequences, I hope the extra cash in your pocket is worth it. As I have time, I'm going to post more of these. Feel free to help me bring this into the light and get it stopped, before more innocent people lose their lives. The corporate media doesn't want to cover this because FedEx is a big advertiser, so you'll likely find the information on YouTube (like this accident), or through local newspaper articles. The word needs to get out there about just how "safe" FedEx really is. Talk with your local police jurisdiction or write a letter to your state's Highway Patrol and let them know what's going on. Don't play Fred's game and drive like an idiot to make SPH. It simply isn't worth it.