Train Conductor Shows No Signs Of Slowing Down In Flooded Train Station

There unfortunate people were waiting on the platform of the Nala Sopara railway station near Mumbai, India, when a train sped through the station. This would typically be a very normal occurrence, but recent heavy rains meant the station was flooded. Instead of slowing the train to a crawl, the conductor of the train went into the station full steam ahead, sending the dirty rainwater that had flooded the tracks onto the platform where commuters were waiting. Most people standing on the tracks were not exactly expecting the train to roll through the station that quickly.

This kind of reminds us of the Amtrak conductor going through New Jersey last winter without slowing down.


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