I can't reconcile how a slightly altered thought experiment can be explained. It's the 1 where a train is going past, with an observer on the ground. Say instead of a train it's a cable car, held up by a cable in the front and 1 in the back to an overhead line. The observer on the ground shoots 2 lasers simultaneously (to him) so that each laser destroys the support cables, the 1 in the front and the 1 in the back. To that observer, they get destroyed simultaneously, and so the cable car falls in a horizontal orientation. But, to an observer in the middle of the cable car, the front cable snaps before the rear 1. So he sees the front of the cable car fall first, then the rear cable snaps and it falls a bit later. Thus the cable car would seem to fall with the front pointed downward, not horizontally as seen by the ground observer. Those opposing views can't be, as the cable car falls in only 1 orientation. Which is it? Thanks.