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'Very lucky' bridge trespassers dive under freight train, survive

(Source: Washington Post, July 29, 2014)

WASHINGTON, D.C. A scene straight out of an action movie played out in real life on an 80-foot high railroad bridge outside Bloomington, Ind., on July 10: Two women on the Shuffle Creek trestle tried to outrun an approaching freight train, and one appears to consider jumping, before lying down on the middle of the tracks at the last second. The women survived and fled to a nearby vehicle, but they have been identified by police and could face charges, according to TheIndyChannel.com.

Full story and video: Washington Post

Thursday, July 31, 2014

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