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this is sad and perhaps now they might blow up that whole airport and start over. It is on my list of the creepiest buildings ever, the place must have been designed by a very short person who made it his duty to make it proportional to his diminished size. I am a typical guy under 6ft tall and I still felt myself ducking my head because every thing in the space seems cramped vertically. A terrible building in every way
At other airports in the country are best preventions for such accidents here there are two large signs on the steps, in Miami operate many tour buses that European manufacturing are higher than buses manufactured in America. At other airports, as there should be here before the entry arch that detects if your height exceeds the permitted and emits lights and alarms that warn you ahead of time to avoid such disasters, including major alarms increased prevention, there is immediately on the sign entry, who are not familiar with this way you can easily fall into a situation like this, very sad for him and for everyone involved on both sides.
A bus tried to fit under a 8'-6' underpass? A real bus? A bus for grown ups? Driver must have missed part on test where it asked if a 10 ft bus will fit under a 8ft bridge.
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