In 112-second encounter, train couple expresses deepest love

By Cao Zinan and Wang Yifan | | Updated: 2019-02-11 17:19

Both from Suide county, Northwest China's Shaanxi province, Hao Kang, a freight train driver, and his girlfriend Lei Jie, a train attendant, need to work during Spring Festival this year.

The couple plans to get married this year, and Hao has prepared a New Year's gift -- a wedding ring for his girlfriend Lei.

As the train Lei works on only stopped at Yulin station for five minutes on that day, Hao ran to catch up to Lei. After only a few words and a hug, it was time for the train to leave. Hao gave the ring prepared in advance to Lei, but he didn't even have time to say "Marry me!".

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