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At one point or another, we've all sped through a yellow traffic light. And while we know traffic signs are put in place for a reason, folks don't always follow the rules. On Friday morning, a truck driver drove through a railroad crossing in the Czech Republic (while the train's red warning lights had been flashing) and a passenger train plowed into the truck, causing it to slice in half.

Fortunately, the driver was not severely injured. However, the truck driver is being questioned according to police spokesman, Vlastimil Starzyk. The spine-chilling video, uploaded by the city's official Facebook page, shows the driver ignoring the train's red warning lights.

In the video clip above, the passenger train plunges into the semi-trailer truck, making it detach from the cab. According to the Huffington Post, there were about 80 passengers boarded on train that was reportedly headed to Ostrava, a city located in the north-east of the Czech Republic and the capital of the Moravian-Silesian Region. The Prague Post reports that none of the passengers were injured.