Since the Sept. 11 attacks, there have been dozens of plots to blow up trains or subways in major cities around the world. But Americans didn't really pay attention until nearly 200 people died a few weeks ago in Madrid. It didn't surprise terrorism experts, who've been warning that rail systems are among the softest targets in Europe and America. Are the trains safe? The simple answer is no, nothing is. Correspondent Bob Simon reports.
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