When the train was close to the decedent’s body, the decedent was said to have attempted to run out of its path” before he was struck.
Metrolink spokesman Jeff Lustgarten confirmed that “there is an inactive track adjacent to the one he was running on” but that Plitt “was running on the track that the train was on.”A Metrolink official previously told this news organization that video of the event appeared to indicate that “Mr.
Stejskal, who was reportedly not at the scene during the incident, told police that when Plitt and his friends heard the sound of an approaching train, they decided to film him “running along side of it,” according to the account.“Stejskal said that the decedent and the other individual thought that the train was traveling on another set of tracks, adjacent to the set of tracks that the decedent was standing in,” according to the account.
Plitt -- who was hit by a train Saturday -- shot multiple episodes for "Friends to Lovers," which features 2 friends who attempt to take their relationships to the next level. the network will air 3 to 4 episodes in which Plitt tests the waters with long-time bud Melanie Marden.
We don't know if they hook up on the show, but everyone involved knows it will be tough for Melanie because she'll have to go solo promoting the show.
They're tough guys on the street and nobody's going to tell them what to do.
Then one day, they'll come to you crying, saying, 'I need someone to talk to.' All of sudden they start changing their ways and they become the men they always wanted to be. That's what's so cool about it — to be able to train somebody and transform them and bring out all of the great qualities that everyone possesses." Plitt was a global spokesperson/model for Thierry Mugler's Angel Men and ICE*Men men's fragrances. Manhattan's muscular physique in the 2009 film Watchmen.
“Everyone has these amazing stories about how he touched their lives in some way, he was so thoughtful … Everyone referred to him as Superman, but he just had a heart of gold,” she recalled fondly.
“I just want people to know the real him.” Police have said Plitt, 37, was running on the train tracks while two crew members filmed him for a sports drink video. and was struck by the train,” Burbank Police Department officer Joshua Kendrick told The Wrap Wednesday.
He was a member of the official MET-Rx athlete, and was awarded the MET-Rx athlete of the year award for 2012.
He was the author of the workout program MFT28 as featured by and appeared on covers and/or in editorials for Maxim, AXL, American Health & Fitness, Flaunt, Men's Fitness, Muscle & Fitness, Men's Health, Fitness Rx for Men, Instinct Magazine, and Men's Exercise, among others.
Plitt said that he had been a fitness buff since his dad bought a home gym when Plitt was in sixth grade; he was further inspired after seeing how his older sister changed after her first year in the United States Naval Academy.