Jennie Hopkins
Jennie Hopkins

so if he loses job cause of this does that mean if a human body was on the tracks n he done the same thing that he'd lose his job? I think not he'd be rewarded so same rule should apply to this!

Randy Davis
Randy Davis
  • Jennie Hopkins

init!! raiway shud be prosecuted 4 wantin dog harmed!!

Jackie Pedley
Jackie Pedley

Shame on Network rail NONE OF YOU HAVE ANY COMPASSION FOR THIS MAN! HE IS A HERO! AND SHOUL DHAVE A PAY RISE!

Kev Smith
Kev Smith

in the days of proper management - a call to Victoria box would have thrown everything to red power off for a few minutes , station bod gone and got dog and an award for bravery issued, Bear in mind it is a busy section, lots of live rail in the area, The dog is lucky not have to have been cooked or hit before he was rescued - fair play to the Southern Man for this act of bravery, and shame on SOUTHERN & NR for not recognising his initiative and bravery.I speak as a time served ex railwayman!

Diana Fraser
Diana Fraser

This is just another example of bureaucracy gone mad. The bureaucrat who wants to sack him obviously doesn't care about any living thing.

Julie Holgate
Julie Holgate

An act of humanity and hes penalised for saving a poor animal shame on you all

Julie Holgate
Julie Holgate

Save this mans job!! This is disgusting.

Jan Safari
Jan Safari

Was he supposed to leave it there? Would he be expected to leave a child on the tracks too?

Fred Cline
Fred Cline

thay wood not like what ive got say but what I will say for now thay are pratts and brain ded.

Alice Buffington
Alice Buffington

Poor Baby

Edith Torp
Edith Torp

Rediculous that there should be a case against him for saving a living being from being driven over by the train! He should be praised! I admire him! Regards, Edith Torp.

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