Tuesday, November 10, 2009

VIDEO: Woman falls onto subway tracks, barely survives!

A woman fell onto the subway tracks just as the subway was coming! The woman, who was very drunk and had been smoking, fell over the edge when she went to put out her cigarette. Bystanders waved their hands frantically as they tried to stop the subway from running over her! Thankfully, the train was able slow down and stopped just inches from her body!

Another example as to why we should never smoke or drink! It seriously messes you up both mentally and physically (as shown in the video).

You can watch the miracle in the video below. It's too bad the video doesn't show the woman's guardian angel. Now that would have been something!


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1 comment:

Albany Lawyer said...

It shows several guardian angels - the people on the platform waving at the driver.

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