Recently, a video of a boy lying on a track to escape has gone viral on the social network. It is reported that India’s Vasa railway station has appeared in a scene of horror, a small boy carrying a school bag as he tried to cross the track, a freight train comming. In a critical moment, the boy quickly lay in the middle of the track, stuck to the ground motionless, the train from above him, he slowly got up, calmly toward the other side of the platform.
The video, which was released, showed the boy lying down and about 30 seconds before the train fully passed. The boy then stood up slowly and walked away, and the passengers on the train screamed.
India’s rail network is one of the largest in the world, but train accidents are high each year due to outdated lines and equipment.
India’s railways have always inadvertently become “network celebrities”, a variety of “open and hanging” train photos and other content of the spread, weight, backwardness and chaos become its label.
In fact, India was one of the first countries in Asia to build railways, and its railway development rate and road network construction level were once among the best in the world. It is only over time that, due to the confusion of standards and the aging of the railwaytracks, India’s railways are fading and breaking down, and train accidents are high every year.