Women from train video face up to a year in jail

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Two Indiana women caught on camera running for their lives from a train now face charges.

The video shows the two women running as the train roars up behind them. It happened on top of Indiana Railroad's Shuffle Creek Bridge, northeast of Bloomington. One of the women fell and then the video captures them both disappearing beneath the train.     

They were able to hunker down between the rails until the train passed, then ran off.

Now, Wendy Gayle Timothy and Stacey June Smith face trespassing charges. Their 15 minutes of fame could cost them up to $5,000 in fines and a year in jail.