A group of pilgrims in India deliberately walked onto the tracks of a high speed train line and expected their presence to stop the train. News reports have erroneously said "Thirty seven pilgrims were killed by a train".
Wrong. Trains take almost a kilometre to stop, they don't stop on a time. The train drivers are blameless, doing their jobs and obeying rail signals and driving in a safe manner, unlike the Spanish train driver who was speeding and crashed a train. Drivers should not have to expect people breaking the law and endangering themselves.
After the trespassers were killed and bodies sent everwhere, the train drivers stopped the trains to help those injured. In response, the mob of religious fanatics proceeded to attack the drivers and killed at least one, if not more of the drivers, and the mob set the train cars on fire.