(Video) Man Almost Electrocuted And Run Over By Train After Pushed On Subway Track In China
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(Video) Man Almost Electrocuted And Run Over By Train After Pushed On Subway Track In China

Beijing : China | Dec 29, 2012 at 10:38 AM PST
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(Video) Man Almost Electrocuted And Run Over By Train After Pushed On Subway Track In China

We see here video reminds us of the strange events recent New York subway
U.S., where police are looking now for a woman accused of paying a passenger in front of a subway train was coming to New York.
Witnesses said that the man was standing on the pavement of the metro station, and has one of the ladies pushing it towards the path of the train.

But we are seeing a different incident where a man almost electrified, and run over by a train after he paid in the subway track in China

We see in the video a quarrel and a fight between the men before the fall of man

On the other hand the Chinese company has announced manufactures subway resistant to cold it is expected to enter the train service by the end of this year.
And said Branch (C R) Co., Ltd., which is one of the largest companies to manufacture the trains in China,
The train, which has a cold-resistant materials and inert gas in its design,
Can operate under temperatures up to 38 degrees below zero, according to the Xinhua news agency "Xinhua".

The Metro train lighter is made of aluminum was produced in China at all, according to the company.

Xinhua quoted the company as saying that the train will operate in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang Province in northeast China by the end of the year.

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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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