We stood on the platform, merrily talking, when we saw, and we first of all heard, the approaching train. It blew the signal so loudly, that everyone clogged hands on ears. When it stopped at last, people began to get to carriages . Suddenly somebody shouted that there was a woman under the train. Really on the ground the was a person covered with blood. Some man rang for an ambulance immediately, and me and brother and parents quickly got on the train. Through the pane, we saw the arriving ambulance and the woman was taken there. Probably in vain, because the ambulance left on signal.
I will remember this event probably to the end of my life. Until today I do not know if it was just an accident or a purposeful attempt on one's life.
Sylwia K., class III "g"