Commuters urged to make small talk to help prevent railway suicides
Campaign launched by Samaritans and others says simple question can be enough to stop someone who might be at risk
Commuters and travellers have been urged to strike up conversations with vulnerable people near railway tracks as part of a campaign to prevent suicide.
Small Talk Saves Lives aims to give the public the confidence to trust their instincts and take action if they see someone who may be at risk.
Source: Guardian Transport