The Reel Life avoids oncoming trains
10 Feb 2011
According to The Star Phoenix, a 29-year-old from Saskatchewan suffered non-life threatening injuries after being struck by a train early Wednesday morning. This being The Reel Life, there has to be a twist. And this twist is this: The man had no idea a train had struck him.
The man was walking on the tracks at around 2 a.m. when he was hit by the train. According to a witness, the man was sent into the air. He then "immediately got up and proceeded to walk," according to the article.
Police caught up with the man a short time later. The victim, who was intoxicated, indicated he had no idea what happened to him, but that he felt pain all over his body. He was then transported to a local hospital.
The Reel Life is grateful that this superhuman is still alive after his near-death experience. And if we ever get struck by a high-powered locomotive, we hope we're so intoxicated that we won't realize what happened, either.
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