Two women were trespassing on a railroad bridge in Indiana a couple of weeks ago when a freight train caught up with them.
The video from the Indiana Rail Road Company was released yesterday, and it’s horrifying.
You can hear the freight train whistling frantically as the women scramble in front of it to get off the bridge and the tracks.
Just as one woman looks like she’ll be able to jump to safety, the other one falls down right in front of the train, and her friend goes to help her. That’s when they disappear from view.
Bottom line: both women walked away from the incident. Okay, more like they ran away from it, and drove off in a nearby vehicle.
The local sheriff has identified them, and is now tracking them down, treating the incident as a crime.
After getting run over by a freight train, I can’t imagine that handcuffs are really going to scare these women…
Zac Efron is the first celebrity to appear on NBC’s new reality show, Running Wild with Bear Grylls, and for some reason, took that as the opportunity to open up about his struggles with alcohol and drugs.
It’s a two-day survival show, throwing the celebrity into the wilds to see how he or she can handle it. Bear is along for the trip, plus a camera crew.
And during the filming, Zac confessed to Bear that the whole Hollywood thing overwhelmed him.
He said the pressure of being out there with the press and the people had him reaching for a social lubricant.
Whatever it was, he didn’t name it, but you can bet that will be the new buzz word around Tinsel Town.
I fully expect a bar along Sunset to change its name to Social Lubricant before the week is out. You watch.
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When you visit Times Square in New York, chances are good you’re going to run into a street performer in a costume you recognize.
Well, sort of. These aren’t Disneyworld quality outfits – these are the worn-by-many outfits you’d find at the local costume shop around Halloween.
If you’re not too creeped out, you just might want to take a picture with that character. After all, how many times will you be able to snap a picture with a superhero on the sidewalk of the Big Apple, right?
So, on Sunday, one such picture opportunity got out of hand. A woman snapped a shot with Spiderman and offered a dollar for his efforts. Spidey refused the dollar, demanding a larger bill.
A nearby cop overheard the conversation, and reminded Spidey that he could accept donations, but couldn’t ask for money. And that’s when Spidey hit the cop square in the face – with his fist, not some webbing fluid.
Spidey was carted off and charged with a variety of charges.
Wouldn’t it be great if some guy dressed as The Hulk showed up to pay his bail?