Who Deserves to Die? The Children on Train Tracks Dilemma

Children on Train Tracks Brain Puzzle

[Updated 2017.]

Okay, so if you were recently traumatized by watching the wrong episodes of Blue's Clues or super sad Thai life-insurance commercials, then you're probably in a bad place. So perhaps you ought to save this post for later? If you think you can handle pondering a wicked ethical conundrum, then soldier on.

In the unsettling 1982 film, Sophie's Choice, Meryl Streep's character is confronted with an impossible decision on the same night she's forced into a German Nazi concentration camp, Auschwitz specifically. I won't spoil it for you here in case you haven't seen the movie (or read the William Styron novel it's based on), but suffice it to say that the choice she's forced to make destroys her emotionally and haunts her for the rest of her life.

The following brain teaser is not nearly as gut-wrenching as what Sophie had to go through, but, nonetheless, it's time to put on your thinking cap, while simultaneously looking deep into your soul. This puzzle of a problem has been doing the rounds on the Internet, and I'd like to open it up for discussion here. Take a look at the picture at the top of this post, and consider the following facts:
  • There are two railroad tracks—one is known to be active and one is known to be out-of-service and not in use any longer.
  • Three kids are playing on the active track.
  • One kid is playing on the out-of-service track.
  • The three kids know that the active track is active and frequently in use, and the other kid knows that it is safer on the out-of-service track.
  • A train is suddenly speeding along on the active track.
  • All four kids get their feet stuck in their respective tracks and cannot escape.
  • There is a switch that is able to divert the train from the active track (with the three kids) to the out-of-service track (with the one kid).
And here, alas, is your ethical dilemma. You stumble across this scene and only have enough time to do one of two things:
  1. You can pull the switch, which moves the train from the active track to the out-of-service track, thereby saving the three kids on the active track and killing the one kid on the out-of-service track.

  2. Or you do nothing, and let the three kids on the active track die and the one kid on the out-of-service track live.
What would you do? And why? Put down your thoughts in the comments section below. (And, yes, I'm still reading them all these years later in 2017!)

And if you think kids playing on train tracks is something that exists only in hypothetical situations, think again. There are videos on YouTube that show you just how reckless some children can be. This short clip may be NSFW because the train operator swears—for obvious reasons. Watch:


But, hey, little kids aren't the only ones making questionable decisions. Apparently, taking photos on train tracks is all the rage nowadays. Sometimes you get some cool shots for Instagram. Sometimes the price is death. Watch:


Oh, man, that was rough. I think I need to watch my TEDx talk again to cheer me up. (Hey, I never said I wasn't a narcissist.)

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COMMENTS

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  1. Anonymous12/08/2008

    do NOTHING. Those little brats playing on the active track deserve to die. ha ha

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  2. I'd pull up on the 3 kids on the active track in my molester van, lodging myself between the train and kids. I'd open the door and offer them candy. Since they are from a first world country and conditioned to flee when approached by folks in vans promising sweet treats, they would run away. I, not wanting to be crushed by a train in a molester van, would follow them in hot pursuit, praying to whatever deity will listen that the train's emergency break system and the physical resistance caused from the impact with my dodgy looking van will be enough so we can all get to safety. When local news outlets catch wind of the story, their reporters will be perplexed as to whether I am a hero or a pervert. I'd tell them I was neither and head home to file an insurance claim for my totaled van.

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  3. I, too, would do nothing. Without knowing the circumstances of these children, I think it's presumptuous of me to "play god" and decide that 3 lives is better than 1. That's not the best way to decide which group to save.

    So, I leave it up to fate.

    'Cause if Final Destination has showed anything, it's that death will always find you and you can't avoid it, children.

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  4. Anonymous12/08/2008

    So, would it be reverse Darwinism to pull the switch?

    Ever see that movie Idiocracy? If you did you probably lost some brain cells.

    And the kid on the other safe track...is his foot stuck, or would he be able to jump out of the way?

    What is he doing anyway, watching these three struggle as the train approaches?

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  5. that's a toughie but I go with do nothing. Those dumb kids should know better. spare the smart one.

    Is there a "right" answer according to ethicists or the "rules" of ethics?

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  6. Anonymous12/08/2008

    gosh ,your readers are more twisted than mine!

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  7. Let the kids die. I hate kids.

    The less of them in this world, the happier I am.

    }=p

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  8. Wow, these are some serious answers! FTR, and not being creative at all, I would divert the track and kill one kid instead of three. He may have been somewhat smarter to choose the inactive track, but anyone familiar with Hollywood movies knows that playing on train tracks of ANY kind is risky and should act accordingly. (Unless the kid was basing his or her decision on Hancock, where the track-sitter gets rescued, in which case he probably WANTS to die for having endured the dreadful Will Smith experience).

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  9. I can only afford to defend myself against one wrongful death lawsuit. Not three. So I go for the one kid.

    More seriously, I don't think you can make a moral decision based on what track the kids are playing on. The kid on the inactive track may be a little bit brighter (or he may just be better disciplined) than the three on the active track but he could also be a sociopath. Smarter does not equally more valuable, or more moral. Assigning a greater value to the one life against the three other lives based on a presumed greater intelligence gives way too much weight on the active/inactive track decision. They're all children, and this one moment of poor judgment is no real indicator of their potential in later life.

    The only value upon which you can make a judgment here is the amount of children in life threatening danger. It's simply numbers. So I go for the one kid.

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  10. II think the point of this is for you to think about your Morals and a big part of morals is that they should be logical, So to say about lawsuits and kill them all cause you dont like them is more retarded they the kids on the track.... they are all kids they dont have the since of reasoning and ether choice would change me for life but I could not take the life of a child that has made the smarter of the two choices even if it was to safe three kids, for more than my life but the amount of pain and guilt that the three kids would have to know that if it was not for their dumb choices that they made the other kids would not be dead... Its cold no matter which way you spin it but i would have to say I would try like hell to stop the train by i would stay on the same track.. And also as far as any lawsuits the kids on the active tack makes it an accident, But if you move to and track that is suppose to be inactive and a child dies then you are at fault (even if it is to save three kids) how would you even explain that to the one kids mother? what would you say "I know your child was playing on the safe track, BUT their was more of them so I decided for myself that kids in numbers are more important then your child so I choose to move to the track with your child on it, SORRY" I dont think that is right and I would lose my mind if that one child was mine..

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  11. What I would do is turn on the emergency stop lights for the coming conductor to see, in turn he would put emergency breaks on, at that same time I would divert the train to the unused tracks, and seeing how the one child is somewhat further away, maybe it will stop in time, but just in case it won't, I have put a deterrent in the way-my vehicle, a 2 ton Chevy truck, then I would try my best to get the kid out of harms way hopefully in the Knick of time because otherwise we are both dead because I would be staying there helping the young child till the very end-be it the greatest value or a good value-one where I'm dead and won't have to face any family or criminal charges-I WOULD JUST BE THEHERO THAT TRIED EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO THE END RESULT.
    That's what K. Carter would do!!!

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  12. If I were to be a person passing by or witnessing this event I have no idea what I actually would do because in traumatic situations we all react differently then even they thought they would. I do know what I hope I would be able to do and that would be to gather myself together to save lives. First never would I judge children for making a not so wise choice and just leave them there, Kids will be kids & I know at one time or another each of us have made unsafe,illogical,choices as kids.
    I would first park my vehicle across the track to help the conductor see there's an issue as well as turning on the stop emergency signal or calling 911 to make contact with the train conductor.
    I'd then quickly assess the situation of the children to see how stuck each of them are and perhaps get the ones off the track that are easily removable from tracks and use them as help in working on the remaining children.
    I hope with as much contact measures that have been put into action the train gets the message and stops.
    If in fact it came down to having to leave any child behind, I simply could not and would not do that. I'm a mother myself & if my child was one that was stuck I'd hope the person trying to help would do the same. No one should have to die alone, scared, & especially innocent children.
    Shantel D. Flatten

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  13. Anonymous5/31/2016

    People like the ones above are what make this world a sick place to live in in this day and age!! WOW, I have never seen so much IDIOCY in one place in my life!! This, number one is a made up story and the chances of it really happening are slim to none, however, to even say some of the things said above is downright immoral and disgusting!! I am truly thankful that I am not the one in the end who has to judge all on earth and all of you should be thankful too, and ashamed of yourselves!!!
    The subject here speaks of CHILDREN, innocent lives who know a little bit about right from wrong but not enough yet to make sound decisions, and for the ignorant person above who said let them all die I hate kids anyway, why was that not you playing on the track as a child? That would be one less idiot left in this world.
    What would I do? I am not sure because as mentioned above in the moment it is hard to tell. How much time do I have until the train makes contact? How stuck are the children? Can I pull them out of their shoes fast enough to at least throw them out of the way? I have lived 38 years and loved every minute of it. My children are old enough to fend for themselves now so I would definitely try to save the kids, even if that means imminent death for me. These children still have a lot of life ahead of them. So, MY MORAL of the story would be what I would hope most adults would do, try my damnedest to save these kids even if that means meeting my savior a lot sooner!!
    May God Bless all of you reading this and if you are one of the idiots who made one of the disgusting comments above, I pray for you that the Lord will forgive you and open your eyes and heart to unconditional love and acceptance so that you nay feel inner peace and tranquility!

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  14. Anonymous6/01/2016

    Hello everyone my name is Lucy If I was in that predicament I would do nothing and let the three kids on the active track die and the one kid on the out of service track live because the three kids on the active track knows that the track is active and the one kid on the non active track knows that's the safest side to be on. I cant see myself pulling a switch on someone that's on the right side of the track.

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  15. Anonymous6/02/2016

    I spend all the time I would have had to react to the situation overthinking it, my overwhelming sense of self preservation kicks in and I do nothing. I live because of indecision (and my sense of self preservation), but the three kids die.

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  16. It's sad, but I would do absolutely nothing even if I have to live with the death of those three kids the rest of my life. They were playing on the active track knowingly and the one kid was doing the right thing by playing on the safe/unused track therefore the one kid doesn't deserve to die, because the other 3 kids were wrong to play on the active track and they knew it they were but still chose to do so.

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  17. This is a tough decision however, my decision would be to save the majority. I would hit the switch. I honestly think that most people would do the same thing. I would have to sacrifice one out of four.

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  18. Shun Hagins9/28/2016

    I would do nothing. First you do not what the three kids are capable of. Second it could be a set up to be robbed The Tracks is what we called them where I'm from. The tracks has lots of resources like the box cars that carried food and supply's for grocery stores . I can remember when the blue an white Michael Jordans came out an one box car had a shipment of them. The box car was broken into. The new shoes where found all over the city. The box cars carried guns,beer, clothes u had tobe very careful around the tracks the riders/ People who lived on the tracks killed,raped ect. So I say just mind your buisness stay safe and leave them kids alone.

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  19. karen carrizales9/30/2016

    This is a very tough decision and heartbreaking for me, but I would save the three children on the active track. So yes I would pull the switch to change the tracks. I feel like it's better to save three rather than one. The simple fact that they are all in the wrong is beside the fact of saving any lives if at all possible.

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  20. I would save the three kids. The one kid is not stuck so he or she has a chance to get off the tracks in time. That way you can save all four. Sometimes you have to be more logical and think. There is a possiblity the other kid on the out of service could have a chance. But if it was possible I would try to save both. No one deserves to die.

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  21. I would try and pull the 3 kids off the track and do nothing with the switch

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  22. I would try to pull the 3 kids off the track instead of pulling the switch so one kid dies.

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  23. One more consideration no one seems to have mentioned. Why is that section of track closed? Perhaps it ends suddenly and by diverting the train you will send everyone on it to their death?

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  24. Anonymous2/07/2017

    All kids can be saved, if the kid on the out of service track is watching and see the train approaching, it's likely that he/she will remove them self from the track. I would save the three that are stuck and yell to the other kid to move and hopefully there will be no casualties.

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  25. jammie2/08/2017

    Wow reading some of these comments people are sick and I pray you have no children.Now as for me, I would blow the horn to let the other child see that the train is switching tracks and hit the emergency brakes in case the other track that is out of order does not cause harm to any on. That way all 4 kids still get to play no families have to mourn over any losses

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  26. Well is a call of god in this situation cause if is not a myth when one dies then you see two more dying. Reality seems to prove people die in three's so in this case I would have to save the one kid so nobody gets involved in getting hurt when their loved ones die. Cause three kids dying would stop the code of Gods will calling of three must go when dying.

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  27. Nowadays kids should know not to be on tracks just cause they can get hit. I'd go for the active track with the 3 kids because the old track may run out of track causing a bit train crash and more die.

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  28. Jacelyn Rios4/05/2017

    I honestly dont even want to choose but I have to so I unfortunately have to go with flipping the switch and killing one versus 3 children. I chose to save the three because I'd rather save 3 children instead of killing 3 and saving one.

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  29. This is truly somewhat of a pickle. It will be a painful recovery for more than one person regardless of which track is decided because you have to consider the fact that everyone on the train has to also live with the fact that the train that they were riding was involved with the direct death of a child or children. That being stated, it is also needed to be taken into account that all children up to a certain age are innocent. With all this information, how would you decide? My decision would unfortunately have to decide to stay on course. My decision was made based of the fact that although innocent, the three children were aware of the fact that the tracks were in use and dangerous. It would be my hope that through their sad deaths, many will learn the true dangers and avoid such an event from reoccurring.

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  30. Pray and hope that God would show me the right path to take. It's a very hard decision to make because all lives matter and you're gonna leave a family without a child either way you go. Not only that, the conductor has to live with the decision as well and I'm sure the nightmares that person will have, whether it be three children or one child, will be great and often.

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  31. I would divert to the typically unused track. First, for the lesser of 2 evils as they say: I would rather one child die than three. Here is what I struggled with on that question. Why should I child that purposey chose to be safer by going to the inactive track die? He made a better decision than the other three right? Ethically, no, all children made a poor decision playing on railroad tracks. Unless you have direct contact with train conductors and/or someone working for the railroad, you have no direct and true knowledge as to what is going to be used in the future. This reminds me of another situation. Four children decide to go burglarize a home. Three of the children decide to steal everything of value while one gets a conscience last minute and decides not to take anything. They get caught and arrested. Should the one who stole nothing still get charged with Burglary? I say yes. The intent was there or they would not be there, That is why many state laws allow charges with only proven intent of the crime. Is it sad that a child died? Yes. Sometimes we have to make hard decisions and in the end we all have to deal with the choices we make, as well as those who care about us. In this situation, the question clearly asks which track would you use if this situation occurred. My answer is the typically unused track because harming or killing one is better than the other three.

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  32. In all actuality writing down what I would do is a lot different than being in the situation, so writing it id say take the three save the one, obviously hes board, and a least he payed attention to the fact the train dont run on that track. Now in a real situation I would close my eyes and hope for the best because its in Gods hands and I would never live with the " what ifs" for the rest of my life so I would jump off the train or duck so I couldnt see anything ...my heart couldnt bare knowing what if they wouldve lived or what if they end up growing up to be murderers or the one boy killed himself later on? No what ifs its out of my hands...

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  33. I would do nothing- those three bad-assed kids got to go... they knew the risks... what, why should i save their lives for them to pull another dumb stunt and kill themselves anyway!!

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  34. I would do nothing, because we do not know what is on the train. We also do not know why the inactive track is not in use. Are there people on the train that could die because it was set to go down the inactive track and crash? Are there weapons on the train or chemicals on the train that could cause detrimental problems to the people that live near the track? We are not simply killing three children to save one or vice versa. We could potentially be saving thousands of lives. More information is definitely needed. However; if I just have enough time to make a decision without knowing anything about the train or the inactive track then I would still do nothing because of the unknown.

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  35. christina11/14/2017

    one thing is for sure you do not want to make the problem worse, i hate to say it but until i can figure out what is best to do i cant do anything there are a lot of things to consider this whole situation should be researched on how we are to deal with the ins and outs in situations like this so that we can become better educated on how it may be best to deal with problem ahead of time.

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  36. I would do nothing and the let the one kid live. Because that one kid knew that track was the safest, However three kids knew that the active track was not save. Although I don't like seeing any kids die. You shouldn't play on the train tracks its not safe to play on the train track. I hope that one kid learn his lesson and not play on the tracks again. This video that i watch was that this boy and his girlfriend took senior pictures on the train track the girl saw the train and got off of the track as the boy not so much.He saw the train coming but he didn't have time to get off of the train tracks so it killed it.Let this be a lesson for you don't ever play on the train tracks it is not safe and it can killed you.

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  37. Anonymous11/21/2017

    This would be a hard decision to make. Which child's life is more valuable then the other? I would click the switch but then run to the one child and do my best to save the child. My moral and value is to do what I can to save a life not take one. If this means that the train takes my life in the process, then so be it. What kind of life will I have, if I made the decision that changed everyone's life that is involved? We need to think of the big picture. If that was your son, daughter, sister, or brother what would you want others to do?

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  38. Anonymous11/23/2017

    Well,I really don't know what I would do if I was in that type of situation. I don't have a answer one way or the other because knowing my slow reactions I would't be any help to anyone. I really don't have a answer I just would hope and trust in my higher power that everything is gonna be alright, like a miracle for instance the train would just suddenly stop, or the kids get unstuck.......at the end of the day I would just pray,

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  39. I'm thinking you could yell to the one kid to get off the track because your switching the train. Hoping he'd hear you and move while saving the three on the active track. Possibly saving all four.

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BAMBOO NATION by Prince Gomolvilas: Who Deserves to Die? The Children on Train Tracks Dilemma
Who Deserves to Die? The Children on Train Tracks Dilemma
Put on your thinking cap, and look deep into your soul, in order to solve this twisted ethical conundrum. PHOTO | VIDEO
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