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Commuters Move Train to Free Trapped Man in Ultimate Show of Teamwork

Morning commutes are stressful with people rushing to make it to to work, so it’s not too often you see folks actually taking the time to help one another. This is one of those times.

A man in Australia got his leg wedged between a train and the platform, so a bunch of commuters banded together to lift the train and free him.

The man gets his leg stuck around the 1:10 mark and you can see the other people start to lift the train around 11:35. It’s a testament to just what people can accomplish when they work together.

And, if you’re wondering, the man only suffered minor injuries.

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