Japanese commuters move 32-ton train off woman
Working together can, in fact, save lives.
According to The Stir, a woman fell and was trapped between the gap of a train and the platform in Tokyo, Japan.
The gut reaction would be to call security, but not for these folks. After noticing that a woman was in distress, they decided to work together and push a 32-ton train passenger car off her.
If this isn't enough good news, you might be surprised to find out that the woman did not suffer any major damages. This same type of group behavior happened in Japan when the earthquake of 2011 hit the region.
What's your secret, Japan?