Watch: Driver Crashes Through Barrier, Narrowly Escapes Death

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Video footage of a vehicle crashing through a railroad crossing barrier in northern Poland is making the rounds on the internet, and the one thing it proclaimed is that those in the car are alive only because of a miracle.

The incredible scene was captured by a security camera of the Polish state railway company last month, the U.K. Telegraph reported.

In the video, the driver of the vehicle plowed onto the tracks just after the barrier dropped.

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Most intelligent drivers know that this is a signal that means a train is approaching — and stopping to wait for the train to pass is a good idea.

But the driver of the vehicle broke the railroad barrier, crossing the tracks just seconds before a high-speed train sped by, appearing to barely clip the back of the car.

Three passengers in the car left the vehicle just after the train passed by and walked away unscathed. Maybe they decided they’d rather live than die with a driver who makes decisions like that.

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It’s incredible to watch, and what’s even more incredible is that all four people in the car were not injured.

Take a look:

That’s just a little too close for comfort.

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It would interesting to hear the conversation going on before, during and after this incident.

The Telegraph reported that police said the driver was a 48-year-old woman who was fined 500 zlotys, which is about $140.

We can bet the people in this car are believers in miracles because it is almost unthinkable that a train can come so close to a car and not do any damage.

This video proves that it pays to pay attention.

Life is full of distractions, but one place where we should never allow our focus to drift is when we are behind the wheel of a vehicle.

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