Man Post Fairwell Message on Facebook Before Driving Car on Railroad Track

Antjuan Colvin, a 21-year-old  California man who friends say battled depression, wrote a haunting farewell message  which he posted on Facebook on Christmas Eve… Forty-five  minutes later… he drove onto a railroad crossing in Hughson, California where he was struck by a train which was traveling at around 75mph… and pronounced dead at the scene. 

The San Joaquin Train, which is operated by Amtrak was in route from Bakersfield to Sacramento. The train was carrying 98 passengers.

Colvin’s family and friends who read his post which appeared on his Facebook page at 9:00 PM., scrambled to contact the troubled man, with many asking on if he was okay or whether the message was a joke.

The message read…’To all my friends and family on Facebook,’ it said. ‘Thank you all you have all made an impact on my life. I know its not my time to go but I cannot take living any longer. So as of tonight I will end my life. Merry Christmas…….Goodbye.’

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 Simone Back, 42, found dead in her apartment in Brighton, England following her final message on the social network, posted at 10:53 p.m. on Christmas Day: “Took all my pills be dead soon bye bye everyone.”

“While some Facebook friends from out of town begged online for her address and telephone number so they could get help, none of those who lived closer did anything to help,” the U.K. Telegraph reports. “Several friends taunted the charity shop worker as she lay dying on the floor of her flat. Just minutes after the post a friend replied, ‘She ODs all the time and she lies.’”

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