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....lol, i`m just kidding mothers, you know i love you
I really feel bad for her to begin with having to go through that. The kid was probably nowhere near as scared as she was.
That being said... I don`t have kids and never plan to, but my heart skipped a beat when I saw the train coming.
she made an honest mistake. but just the fall alone could have killed that baby.
Simply stuffing her foot underneath the wheel before pulling up her trousers.. blows my mind how many parents remove their hands and don`t place their feet when stopped on a sidewalk corner pushing a stroller with traffic flying by.
Yeah, it was a horrible mistake, but poo happens.
Historian`s fallacy. Everyone thinks that way, but the reality is most people would`ve done the same thing, no matter what you think you would`ve done.
And even if it was, I`m sure the driver didn`t think "Oh, well, I`m stopping here anyway, I might as well stop at the correct part of the platform", some people actually care about other humans, and even moreso about babies.
i hope this puts an end to these debates.also, i`d tap that.
God intervenes in each and every single thing that happens in the world? No-one/thing is that much of a control freak.
I`m really glad the baby survived, I can`t even imagine the horror it was for the people there.
Perhaps you didn`t notice that as soon as she saw what happened, she ran straight after and almost went on the tracks herself? Please, don`t be an ass and go insulting people who`ve been through a very traumatizing experience.
I feel for the mother once she saw her baby get ran over by a metro
Train have decent clearance, as shown here. That`s a VIA rail locomotive I think, so that tells me that retard is Canadian. And I am completely and fully aware that the trains in the baby video and mine are different, but nonetheless.
He had to stop at the station regardless of whether or not he ran over a baby. He still ran it over because train can`t exactly stop. What quick thinking? "I gotta stop the train that I`m already stopping".
Smooth moves there Mister Conductor.
The only smart thing he did was not start moving after everyone got on/off the train.
it had god mode on
You have won the thread!
Thats hanging debris in front of the camera, most likely cobweb with bits of lint/dirt. The wind is slightly pushing it around. When the train approaches it the air from the train makes it flip around more.
Awesome, I am willing to bet she wont be pulling up her pants in public and more, she was thin, showing carpenter crack when you are slim and good looking is ok!
As far as her being irresponsible, no more than most people who drive cars like morons, or even worse commit suicide through being overweight!
They mentioned the driver `was probably traumatized`. I wouldn`t be. I mean, sure, your driving the train that *could have* killed someone, but then again, there`s nothing you could have done. Its a friggan` train, nothing can stop it.
I didn`t know they had that much clearance underneath. Still lucky I think.
Oh and one last thing, it looked like the station platform was inclined toward the track. Hmmm. Mabie not the best design.
I`m pretty sure that was the entire plot to the movie "Pelham 123".
It was in Melbourne, Australia.
I didn`t catch the placename XD I just guessed by "Pram" "Hitching up her trousers" and the accent ;P
...also, that is one special tidbit of information.
Like none of you have ever made tiny mistakes in your lives. Get over yourselves.
A british baby boy is in a highly life threatening situation, his mother risks her life to try and save him, and miraculously the baby lives, leaving behin only a mark on his forehead?
That kid is totally Harry Potter.
Ummm, except the kid is not British. Melbourne is in Australia. And kids who dress like Harry Potter in Australia get beaten to death with their own broomsticks. :)
That kid is totally Harry Potter.
Obviously an angle was watching over that lil` boy that day <3
Conspiracy of circumstance. Looking at the train while hitching up her trousers: not exactly kicking it under the train, is she?
"so, what brings you here today?""Gaaaaa-guh *burf*"
Or they could take care of it when he`s older, with the miniscule chance he remembers it.