Man (or Superman?) survives being hit by train travelling 110 mph

6 years ago by: Olusola Agbaje
-- (m) at 20-08-2013 07:31AM

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Is Darryle See some kind of superhero? That has to be the only explanation how he was hit head-on by an Amtrak train traveling at more than 100 mph and thrown 20 feet from the impact — and survived with only a few broken bones.

See was walking on the tracks in Michigan City, Indiana, listening to music through his headphones when the Chicago-bound locomotive repeatedly sounded its horn.

See didn’t hear the blasts and, despite the conductor applying the emergency brakes, the train was still barreling down the tracks at 110 mph when it hit him. “It was absolutely amazing,” police Maj. John Boyd said. “I’ve seen a number of people get hit by trains and it’s never a good thing.”

See remains hospitalized in Indiana with non-life-threatening injuries.

-- winace (f) at 20-08-2013 09:25AM
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GOD save u.