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WATCH: SHOCKING! Woman talks on phone as train passes over her

New Delhi: Sometimes we become very careless in life. We become so careless that we do not take care of our life. Knowingly or unknowingly, we make such a mistake that we lose our lives. In such a situation, we need to avoid such mistakes in time. Recently, a video is going viral on social media. […]

Edited By : Mayank Kasyap | Updated: Oct 28, 2022 15:05 IST
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New Delhi: Sometimes we become very careless in life. We become so careless that we do not take care of our life. Knowingly or unknowingly, we make such a mistake that we lose our lives. In such a situation, we need to avoid such mistakes in time. Recently, a video is going viral on social media.

In the viral video, it can be seen that a girl was sitting comfortably on the train track and talking on the phone. She became so busy talking that she did not even notice that the train was coming on the track. However, we do not confirm at all how true this video is. This video is going viral on social media right now.

Here’s the viral video

In the viral video, it can be seen how a girl is seen casually talking on the phone. Even after the train has passed, she does not stop. After watching this video, social media users are very angry. A lot of reactions are being seen on this video. People are saying that this girl does not care about life.

The video was posted by an IPS officer

This video has been shared by IPS officer Dipanshu Kabra with a Twitter handle named @ipskabra. It has got 189.4 thousand views so far. At the same time, comments of many people are also being seen on this video.

A user said furiously – ‘This is serious! Girl should be located and psychologically counselled.’ Another user said – ‘Absolutely modern girl, modern trend !? God bless the upcoming generation !!’

First published on: Oct 28, 2022 03:05 PM IST

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