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September 30, 2013 23:44


Russian commuter trains are notorious for their poor quality and a cramped ride but sometimes things just go out of control.

Watch this video to see the train arriving from Moscow at Khimki Station, just outside the capital.

People are struggling to get out but you can also see some stuck between the carriages, and if you watch the second video till the end, you’ll see a bunch of people clinging on to the tail of the train.

The blogger who posted the video says it happened after some trains were cancelled due to construction works on the line.

The head of Russian Railways, a rail monopoly, is notorious for his alleged estate in the Moscow Region and close ties with the Kremlin.

 




Author: Mikhail Vesely

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