Man’s ‘one minute’ selfie with train proves too long, lands him in hospital

A video which surfaced on Wednesday shows the man standing too close to the tracks and ignoring a warning call.

A man points to an approaching train in a video selfie moments before being knocked down by the speeding locomotive.(Screengrab/Twitter)
A man nearly died while taking a selfie video with a speeding train in the background in Hyderabad.
The man, who police identified as Shiva from Warangal, is seen standing right next to the railway tracks and pointing to an oncoming speeding train in the video. As the train draws up in line with him, Shiva is knocked down and the video ends with a thud as people are heard rushing towards him.
The incident occurred on Sunday near Bharat Nagar railway station on the outskirts of Hyderabad.

The disturbing video surfaced on Wednesday and was quickly shared on social media, with users describing the stunt as the “height of stupidity”.
In the video someone is heard warning the man as the train comes closer. However, Shiva ignores it and is heard saying “one minute” before being hit by the train.
Shiva sustained injuries on his head and hands. He was admitted to a private hospital where his condition was said to be stable.
Resources : Hindustan Times


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