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Real life. Real tragedy.
No movie or shortcut is worth your life.
With his headphones on and his hands in his pockets, he walked along the tracks. Unbeknownst to him, a train was heading straight for his back.
As Ty walked along the tracks listening to music on his iPod, he was unaware of the fact that a train was travelling at full speed toward him.
Stacey endured 15 hours of surgery while doctors worked to re-attach her arm, during which she flatlined several times.
"Now every time I pass that location, I'm reminded of the tragic events that took place there."