An Alberta drunk survives 26 bogies of a train thundering over him
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An Alberta drunk survives 26 bogies of a train thundering over him

Alberton : Canada | May 26, 2012 at 5:57 AM PDT
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The man of Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, was dead drunk and had passed out just in the middle to the train track outside Elko in British Columbia as reported in canada.com dated 23rd of May 2012.

The conductor of the Canadian Pacific train saw him and blew the horn and also applied the emergency brakes.

By the time the train finally ground to a halt, 26 bogies had passed over his body and he had not even stirred - he was as good as dead to the world.

The man suddenly woke up, grabbed the bottle and slunk away – he appeared to be uninjured.

The Canadian Pacific police are investigating the incident.

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