This Is Why You Shouldn’t Park Right Next To The Train Tracks

ViralHogPublished: November 12, 2017465,881 plays$1,517.39 earned
Published: November 12, 2017

A man was walking his dog on the street, when he heard and saw a train coming up the tracks. He was surprised because there was a truck parked too close to the trail. However, the truck driver was sitting on the pavement opposite of the trail and didn't do anything when he heard the train horn. As a result, the truck ends the way you think, badly, and is partially destroyed by the train. This is why you do not park your car close to the train tracks!

This event occurred on November 10, 2017 in Ha Noi, Vietnam, when a truck driver parked his vehicle too close to the train tracks. Luckily there was nobody inside the truck because it was seriously destroyed by a freight train!

Footage shows a small blue truck parked right next to a singular train track in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. The train can be heard coming in the distance, the horn is roaring, but there is nobody coming to claim the blue truck and repark the vehicle elsewhere.

The train cannot slow down and ploughs into the side of the truck with all of its speed, making a huge crunching sound, blowing off the rear-view mirror. As the train continues to move through the tracks, it causes significantly more damage to the vehicle, the windshield is broken and glass is sent shattering to the ground.

Moments later, a man is seen walking towards the truck, supposedly he is the driver. He is trying to get inside the truck, but with no luck, because the damage is already done!

The man is forced to quickly back away as the weight of the train pushes into the truck, leaving it as a destroyed pile of metal. Hopefully, he learned his lesson!

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      riverdealer · 43 weeks ago

      I HOPE they charge the truck driver for the damage to the train car

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      shutterbug · 37 weeks ago

      I think the driver of the van May considering and hard before parking there in future