Very lucky woman - level 2

Very lucky woman - level 2

09-10-2013 14:00

A security camera in England captured the moment a woman on a bike almost was hit by a high speed train.

This incident happened at a level crossing. The woman didn't stop before the barriers and continued to the railway. She saw that the train was coming so she started to brake. Luckily, she managed to stop.

The video was put on the internet because people want to identify the woman. Police also say that it's one of the closest near misses they have ever seen. They would like to talk with the woman.

Difficult words: level crossing (place where a road and a railway cross), brake (slow down or stop completely), near miss (dangerous situation in which you don't get hurt, but it's really close).

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