Anglican Priest On Board Metrolink Train During Crash Speaks About Helping People, Giving Last Rites

Be sure to watch the Los Angeles Times video. It is moving.

Reverend Donald Ashman, who “leads a small congregation at the Anglican Church of Our Saviour on the Westside of Los Angeles . . .

At one point, a firefighter asked him to come with him to pray for the engineer, whose body was still trapped in the wreckage. That blanket wasn’t white. It was blood red. Ashman touched his arm, made the sign of the cross and said a quick prayer.

The Reverend says of Sanchez: “Whatever he did or intended to do, that’s irrelevant […] Everybody is treated the same in God’s eyes.”

Visit LAist: Video of the Day: Priest On Board Metrolink Train During Chatsworth Crash Speaks About Helping People, Giving Last Rites

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