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Top 10 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Stalled Car Struck by Speeding Train

Other top surveillance videos of the week include attempted workers comp fraud, a hotel-roaming goat and more.

In this week’s Top Surveillance Videos…

Ever watch a video or read a story about a car getting hit by a train and wonder, “What kind of dummy can’t see a train coming?” Seems like a pretty easy situation to avoid right?

Well the lady whose car is struck by a train in this week’s featured video has a pretty good excuse. In this case, it’s her car’ss fault.

Watch the footage!

It also doesn’t help that a train just went by and the crossing gates began to rise. As soon as they went up, they began to lower again, trapping several drivers on the tracks, one of which recorded the event on their dash cam.

The driver yells at the woman to get off the tracks but her car stalled. Eventually she leaves the car and the other driver backs up his truck just in time before the train comes and smashes the incapacitated car.

Also this week…

If a stranger came up to you at a gas station and asked to use your phone, would you let them?

If you said yes, you’ll likely think twice after watching surveillance footage from a gas station in Los Angeles.

Check out these surveillance videos plus a goat roaming a hotel, a teenage driver turning rush hour into a demolition derby and more!

Watch the Top 10 Surveillance Videos of the Week here!

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Steven A. Karantzoulidis is the Web Editor for Security Sales & Integration. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a degree in Communication and has a background in Film, A/V and Social Media.

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