Heroic Railway Worker Saves A Man From A Speeding Train

Heroic Railway Worker Saves A Man From A Speeding Train

Heroic Railway Worker Saves A Man From A Speeding Train

- Recently CCTV footage of a heroic railway worker that saved an unsuspecting cyclist from certain death has surfaced on the internet

- In the short video we see a possibly drunk cyclist trying to clumsily cross a train track with his bicycle, however he doesn’t notice the speeding train that is coming his way

- A heroic railway worker sprints to the cyclist and pushes him out of the way just a moment before the train rushes pass

CCTV footage captured the moment a heroic railway worker saved a cyclist from an oncoming train.

The railway worker pushed the unsuspecting cyclist just a moment before the train swooshed pass.

The video shows a man in a beanie and headphones stumbling on the railway tracks as he tries to move his bike across the tracks.

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Heroic Railway Worker Saves A Man From A Speeding Train

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Many suspect that the man in the video was inebriated because of his slow and uncoordinated movements and lack of awareness.

The train is seen rushing in the background and honking at the man to get off the tracks as soon as possible. When a railway worker sees that there’s a man in trouble on the tracks he tries to outrun the speeding train to save the cyclist.

The heroic railway worker lunges and pushes the cyclist off the tracks mere meters from the train’s nose, thus averting tragedy.

It seems both are shocked by their near death experience.

However, some people believe that the footage might have been edited to make the train seem closer than it really was.

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