The testimony of the student protagonist of the story in the station in Pordenone: his father waved to alert the driver
PORDENONE. Pordenone railway station, Sunday evening. A man sitting on the rails. The late 21.15 convoy to Trieste is now on its way. The loudspeaker announces it. Dozens of travelers on the quay, waiting. The concern grows, while the man categorically refuses to move, despite the reminders of the bystanders. There are those who run to ring the intercom of the railway police, those who call 112 for help.