Train Narrowly Misses Group After Huge Brawl Erupts On Railway Tracks
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A train narrowly missed a group of people after a huge brawl broke out on a railway track
Footage has been released of the 20-person scrap the town of Ramos Mejia in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires at about 7am on 24 March.
The shocking video shows the large group running to the middle of the train tracks and starting to fight each other.
Despite an oncoming train, the tussle continues, with it passing just inches from two of the people involved, who carry on fighting as the train comes past.
Following the close encounter, the driver pulls the train to a halt to make sure no one has been injured.
The video ends with a number of officers appearing at the scene as the brawl finally breaks up, lining some of those suspected to have been involved up next to the tracks.
According to local reports, the fight involved around 20 people, who had been finishing off a night out in several nearby bars and clubs in the area.
It's not yet clear whether charges have been brought against those involved.
This comes after footage emerged of a fight at an airport in the US, when two women forced a whole plane to deboard after they refused to wear masks.
The scuffle occurred at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida on 17 March.
Two women from Chicago refused to wear face coverings ahead of their plane taking off and were eventually removed from the cabin by police.
Not impressed by their actions, fellow passengers began to boo the pair. Watch below:
As they are led past the crowd in the American Airlines terminal, they get more and more annoyed, with one of the women heard calling people rude before they stop in front of another group of women.
They all begin to shout and argue, with one of the women who allegedly caused the flight to deboard - who is now wearing a mask, albeit only on her mouth and not her nose - squaring up to one of the women out of the group.
This turns into a huge fight, with the women filmed punching each other and pulling each others hair.
Eventually, police managed to defuse the situation, separating the women and detaining them, taking them out of the airport.
It's not known if anyone was charged in connection with the incident.