An online personal trainer has become the latest person to report the mysterious disappearance of his or her train driver.
A video on YouTube has now been viewed more than three million times.
The man in the video, a man who goes by the name “Travis,” said that he was driving from Mexico City to the southern city of San Antonio when he noticed a train in the distance and a domino effect.
The train stopped at the next stop and he then watched as it left the station.
He reported the train’s disappearance to the police, but nothing happened.
The video has since gone viral, with people commenting on its content and the man’s description of what he saw.
A man who identified himself as “Tiger” said that the train had stopped at a gas station near the border crossing with the Dominican Republic and that he then noticed the dominos as he was walking toward it.
The domino was not in a straight line, and it appeared that the dominons were flying around in different directions, he said.
He added that he had also seen a train from the Dominican capital of Santo Domingo.
The police, however, said that they have yet to locate the train driver, who also goes by “Sugar” and is from the U.S. The person who posted the video said that his information is correct.
He said that while he had been watching the video for several hours, he was still unable to locate him.
The people who posted about the train and domino incident have been identified as Luis Luis Vazquez, 23, and Luis Enrique Lopez, 24.
The other person in the footage is an unidentified man who says he was with the train from Mexico to San Antonio.
He told The Jerusalem Mail that he saw a train at a station about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the border and that the next train to be stopped would take them to the city of Guadalajara, about 70 kilometers (45 miles) away.
According to Lopez, he and Vazqueros train were traveling on the same route.
Lopez said that Vazveros driver and the other man had been seen on the phone with another passenger, who they were talking to.
“When we were in the car, the man on the other side of the phone asked the driver what he wanted,” Lopez said.
The two men then left the train station and traveled by bus to Guadalagua, which was about 10 kilometers (6 miles) further away, he added.
Vazvez told the Mail that they left their phone behind.
The couple told the news website that they had left the country without any money.
On Friday, the couple posted a video on Facebook, saying that they did not want to press charges against anyone.
They wrote that they would wait until the police had finished their investigation and that they were still “in shock” over the incident.