Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Near Miss on a Train Bridge or, Two Indiana Women Lucky to be Alive

Two women in Indiana narrowly averted death when they were almost hit by a train on a bridge in Indiana.

The incident occurred July 10 on a bridge owned by the Indiana Railroad.

Since the bridge was too high for them to jump off of, they survived by laying down between the tracks and letting the train cross over them.

They were charged with trespassing.

See the video (a cab-eye view of the incident) on the BBC website. Read more about it on the New York Daily News website.

1 comment:

  1. They ARE lucky to be alive. Holy smokes.

    I hope this is a lesson to others.. go around, don't go over the bridge. Shortcuts kill.