A gentleman astride a motorized velocipede in Mumbia learned the hard way that fast-moving trains assume the right of way at intersections. The brazen fellow approached the tracks with confidence, but just as the front of his two-wheeled petrol-belching contraption inched over the rail, he realized that the oncoming express train had no intention of stopping and would gladly run him over, so he abandoned his ride. The train destroyed the bike, but the man survived. He may have lost a motorcycle, but the knowledge he gained from the harrowing encounter is invaluable.
Yesterday in Taoyuan Taiwan, a group was playing badminton in a sports facility when a 6.8 earthquake struck. They fled in the nick of time as the roof completely collapsed. According to CNN, nobody was injured, although the New York Times reports that the quake did kill one person, at a cement factory in Yuli. READ THE REST
A few days ago in China's Sichuan province, bad weather triggered a rockslide on a high mountainside road. Fortunately, a driver caught in the middle of it barely managed to outrun disaster. The video above looks like a scene from an action movie! From AccuWeather: So far this summer, temperatures in China's north have been… READ THE REST
This woman might have some squirrel DNA in her. That would explain why she was running back and forth across railroad tracks with a fast-moving train bearing down on her. The train misses the indecisive Sciuridae-Hominidae chimera by inches. Will she learn not to to it again? READ THE REST
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