Interview with Arthur Johnson
QUESTION 14
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

But how did you feel?

ARTHUR JOHNSON:

I f- I felt, I felt terribly afraid in this. I was, I was, I was quite frightened, and I had never been so frightened in all of my life because I'd never been in a scene like this and, ah, as I've said before, I felt that, ah, sitting there in my car I was witnessing a freight train coming, ah, ah, at me, and that I was on the track and, and, and, and couldn't move off. Uh--

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

OK, could you just tell us that one more time without saying, "as I said before," because we won't have heard it before. How did you feel sitting in that car?

ARTHUR JOHNSON:

Ah, but I felt like a, a f- a freight train was coming and, and, and that I was, ah, almost stuck on the track.