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Those guys was :-rofl2
 

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Ok nobody was seriously hurt but seems to be some quite irresponsible people not looking after those children crossing the railway line.
 

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Geewiz, forwarded that to a few of my pals, nice one :D
 

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Topper said:
Ok nobody was seriously hurt but seems to be some quite irresponsible people not looking after those children crossing the railway line.

I think that is fairly common practice in India and Pakistan Topper, was watching a programme the other night and there are an incredible amount of deaths on the railways every year.
 

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The rail one is sickenly lucky, that train must have been going at least 80mph!
 

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I guess that's where Karma can have it's revenge...:-rofl2
 

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Unbelivable... I still cant belive the guy who was saved by the tree! Or the bloke who actually touched the bonnet of the car!!
 

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Seen a few rally incidents in my time but none as close as in the video.

BUT....

Chuffinell, the train really makes me wince.
 

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Salty25 said:
The rail one is sickenly lucky, that train must have been going at least 80mph!

What is more sickening is that someone was recording it! .....almost anticipating a tragedy.

rolfw said:
I think that is fairly common practice in India and Pakistan Topper, was watching a programme the other night and there are an incredible amount of deaths on the railways every year.

Yes I have seen a number of the programs, life is very cheap out there especially the lives of young girls
 

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Topper said:
What is more sickening is that someone was recording it! .....almost anticipating a tragedy.

No, I think you'll find that happens almost on an hourly basis, no need to wait for it, the death toll at railway crossings and stations nearly 20,000 in five years.
 
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