From Wall Street Journal - Ya need to subscribe or go to Google News will let you in WSJ without the needed subscription. Anyway WSJ - via- AP , has a very short story but a little more color.
STOCKHOLM—A young woman charged with cleaning a commuter train instead appears to have stolen the empty train from a depot and driven it until it derailed and crashed into a house in a Stockholm suburb, local officials said.
Okay it gets better.
"If you manage to get hold of the key, it isn't particularly difficult to get a train rolling," he said. It isn't any more difficult to stop a train than to start it, he added.
Gets even better -
Incidents involving trains getting seized and crashed into buildings are practically unheard of.
According to her colleagues at cleaning firm Caretia, the young woman, born in 1990, has been a well-liked coworker, Mr. Hedenius said. "You didn't see this coming," he said.
Oh yeah neither did the resident who lived in that house.
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