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This Is Why You Don’t Screw Around On Train Tracks[VIDEO]

You shouldn’t have to be told to stay off train tracks, but here is another reason why.

Two women nearly died when they rushed to get out of the way of an oncoming train in Indiana earlier this month.

They were trespassing on Shuffle Creek Bridge, back on July 10th and when they saw the train coming, they had two choices, jump 80 feet to the ground, or lie down on the tracks and hope for the best. They chose the latter and lived to tell about it.

The engineer yelled back and asked if they were okay, one of the women said she stubbed her toe, she obviously left her brain at home that day.

The women luckily survived, but the police caught up to them and they will probably face charges

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