A day after the Dakota Southern Rail Line was shut down by the Department of Transportation, one passenger was left behind.
Read MoreIn a video posted to Facebook on Sunday, an unidentified man is seen riding on a Dakota South train.
The train had just departed downtown Fargo, North Dakota, on Monday, but the rider didn’t know what was going on and started walking on the tracks.
The video quickly went viral, garnering more than 2.6 million views.
The video shows the man walking across the tracks, and at one point, he’s able to see a woman in a white coat.
The man says he was scared, but eventually gets her to safety and tries to reach the man who was riding behind him.
At some point, the man says, he gets up and tries his best to reach his passengers.
The passenger, who doesn’t speak English, speaks only English and is seen smiling at the man as he walks away.
The unidentified man then stops and yells at the passenger.
He tells him to get off the train.
The passenger, then, tells the man to get down, then tells him not to speak English anymore.
The incident was captured on video and has since gone viral.
The man, who says he’s a construction worker, says he doesn’t understand why he was stopped.
He says he tried to call the police, but there was no answer.
He then says he can’t speak his language anymore.