“Two points convince us that Schmitt’s violations arising from the sideswipe incident are comparable to Turner’s putative violations in the derailment incident. First, Schmitt was found to have violated most of the same workplace rules that Turner was found to have violated.” Turner v. Kan. City S. Ry. Co., 675 F.3d 887, 896 (5th Cir. 2012). Also, “[employer] argues that ‘generally a derailment is a more serious incident than a sideswipe,’” while an expert “testified that this sideswipe incident was ‘more severe’ than the derailment incident . . . .” Id. “[T]hese violations are comparably serious.” Id.