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Suicide by Train: Will Technology Offer a Solution?

By Tonya Mosley, KQED News Fix

Caroline Camhy didn’t have a plan the night she decided to grab a lawn chair and sit along the Caltrain tracks near her home. It was Oct. 20, 2009, and all she knew was that teenagers were killing themselves, and she had to do something.

"At that point I had a son coming into third grade and a son coming into fifth grade, and I started to think of what was going to happen," says Camhy, at her home office in Palo Alto. "What was I doing? Why was I here? What was I doing here? And how could I continue to live here when, just down the street, students of our local high school and middle school were taking their lives?"

Read the complete story at KQED News Fix.