What is it with railway conductors feeling the need to go really fast through a station, whether it’s flooding they’re facing, or the effects of a snow storm?
We already saw what snow did to commuters waiting for their train in the U.S. earlier this year, after Storm Stella passed through the Eastern Coast.
Perhaps after spraying those people with snow, that conductor found another job in India, near Mumbai, giving him another run at freaking people out.
Seriously though, a speeding train makes for a scary sight, especially when it’s about to disburse water throughout the station like it’s trying to put out a fire.
According to a witness, water had risen around the tracks due to heavy rain in Mumbai.
“Instead [of] slowing down or stopping the train, the motorman actually made the train pass speedily from the station. This created havoc among the public standing on the platform. All the water splashed on the commuters standing on the station.”