Train Operator Terrifies Two Girls Walking On The Tracks With Train's Horn

July 10, 2018


This is a short video from I'm not sure where (possibly Russia?) of a train operator blasting the train's horn to scare two oblivious girls off the tracks. How the hell those girls didn't know there was a train so close behind them is beyond me, but I guess it explains why I just saw a PSA a few days ago warning people not to walk on train tracks (in the commercial it's a dude listening to headphones who gets creamed). Now I'm not saying I've never walked along train tracks before (I was born in West Virginia and raised in Alabama), but you shouldn't do it (you can also get arrested for trespassing since railroad tracks are considered private property). Even if someone is constantly aware of their surroundings and hears a train coming, what happens if their foot gets stuck? SPOILER: A closed casket funeral. There might even be enough of them left to warrant a casket, it might be a closed pencil box funeral. Stay safe out there and off the tracks, there are still plenty of other stupid ways to die without fantasizing you're a train-hopping hobo of yesteryear.

Keep going for the video while I go skip rocks down by the old railroad bridge. "Oh really?
How you getting there?" JETPACK.

Thanks to Christian, who's not convinced a lot of trains haven't taken some form of ninja training.

  • WhiteEagle2

    Good thing the horn didn't scare one of them into tripping and getting their foot stuck or something. Would have been awkward when the train casually crushed her because it couldn't stop in 15 feet.

  • shashi

    in Russia train catches you

  • Closet Nerd

    Most trains do not run on set schedules.
    They can be on ANY track, at ANY time, going in EITHER DIRECTION!!!!

  • The_Wretched

    dun dun dun

  • Closet Nerd

    It's the same thing your whole life: "Clean up your room. Stand up straight. Pick up your feet. Take it like a man. Be nice to your sister. Don't mix beer and wine, ever." Oh yeah: "Don't drive on the railroad track."

  • Adibobea9

    Too bad the horn didn't flip the phone and correct it to shoot in landscape mode…

  • rhartness

    My uncle when he was young kind of had this happen to him. He's said he and a friend were walking on the tracks and not really talking but just looking down, walking and staring in front of themselves. The way he put it is staring at the railroad ties can put you into what he felt like was a a mild form of hypnosis. His friend snapped out of it and pulled my uncle out of the way "moments" before the train hit both of them. Still, it scared the mess out of and even years later, he was always quick to remind me and my cousins to avoid railroad tracks and to certainly never walk on them.

  • ErstO

    that was funny ;-)

  • TheQiwiMan

    The loud husky laughs really add to the humor of the video.

  • GeneralDisorder


    Or maybe it's /r/ContagiousLaughter/

    Definitely one of those.

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