What are the problems with the article “Woman stuck under train at Eagle Junction Train Station, Brisbane”
the article follows the 5 W’s except for the why, however this can be difficult to include if the story was rushed as it most probably was as with out getting the woman to comment would mean this would be hard.
it includes names and numbers for places which can help if your depressed or intend to self harm and it doesn’t include any photos or the name of the woman.
Does it meet the guidelines for reporting self-harm?
Yes. they have supplied relevant information to places where people can go if they are thinking about self harm or are having emotional difficulties or experiencing depression, it also protects the woman identity by not releasing photos or personal information
Brisbane woman stuck under train
A WOMAN has taken to the Royal Brisbane Hospital after becoming stuck under a train at the eagle junction train station in Brisbane.
Emergency services freed the woman at 12:55pm after being stuck under the train for just under an hour.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said the woman was conscious throughout the ordeal and sustained leg injuries as four fire crews worked to get the woman out.
the effects of the delayed trains have been felt all over brisbane with trains being delayed up to 40 minutes and reports of train fulls of people sitting stationary at platforms.
Police said they are treating the incident as one of self-harm.
For help with emotional difficulties, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14
For help with depression, contact Beyond Blue on 1300 22 46 36
The SANE Helpline is 1800 18 SANE (7263)
I found this quiz rather difficult as it was to do with specific styles of writing which I feel can be open to interpretation which is what really throws me off.