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NANJING, CHINA — A foolish man made the fatal mistake of crossing between railway platforms as an oncoming train was pulling into the station. He died a slow death after being caught between the train and the platform.

On March 26, commuters awaiting their train noticed the man hop off one platform, and walk over to the next. The man must not have noticed the massive train coming toward him, and though he managed to get the top half of his body on the platform, his bottom half didn’t make it in time, and he was crushed. Miraculously, he did not die, and could only wail in agony as others called for help.

Firemen raced over with a jackhammer to try to drill the man out and pull him to safety, but by the time he was loose, the damage was done. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.

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