As technology is becoming part of our lives (or it already is), most of us cannot imagining going a day without it. So, how far are you willing to go for your beloved phone?
Recently, a teenage girl Chenelle Agnew risked her life trying to save her phone.
The 17 year old was at a subway stop in Brooklyn when her cell phone slipped out of her hands, dropping right onto the tracks, reports the New York Post.
Agnew made the call to save her phone from harm’s way by jumping onto the tracks just as a train ploughed into the station. By some mighty stroke of luck, Agnew and her phone survived with minimal injuries.
Agnew continued to clutch her phone throughout the ordeal like inseparable lovers.
“I saw her in the tracks trying to pick up something,” said the train’s operator Devone Mason “And then I heard her hit. I heard the thump. I didn’t know if she was alive or dead.”
Agnew came out with just bumps and bruises, much to the relief of the conductor who was expecting a more gruesome find.
The train conductor even added that she had her cell phone in her hands.
Whew, talk about a pair of star-crossed lovers. Even in a stretcher, she seem pretty concerned about the well-being of her phone, much less the state of herself!
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