In an article posted by the Chronicle Herald of Nova Scotia, Canada, a man who walked into a moving locomotive and then became entangled underneath last night is resting at his home today.
The story continues, “When the Cape Breton and Central Nova Scotia Railway train stopped, the man stood up and walked home. His house is about 100 metres from the crossing, police estimated.
Emergency Health Services and Westville Fire Rescue teams went to the man’s home and treated him for a number of cuts and abrasions.
It was dark at the time, but the crossing signals and the train’s headlight were working.”