Helping hands in Philadelphia

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+15 1. blackty commented 6 years ago

Every person's reaction is different. At this split second, an average-joe becomes extraordinary and a lady walks away in shock (only to return to watch out for a train). People are truly fascinating.
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+15 2. BloodBeast commented 6 years ago

My attention drifted for a second and at about 35 seconds I thought "My god, he's done it *again!" :)
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+3 3. Kenuty commented 6 years ago

It's beautiful to see some people would risk their lives to save others when others won't step in. Takes guts !
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0 4. Derpgeek commented 6 years ago

Don't they have emergency switches on stations what you can pull in event like this? Cuts the power from tracks and train also stop if it close. Others wise train driver sees red lights and stops the train.
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+6 5. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

#4 no, no, you just get run over like everyone else. >:)