While covering the Migrant Crisis in Europe I had the opportunity to jump a train with some 876 Refugees. We traveled from Salzburg Austria, not knowing whether the train was heading for Hungary or Germany.

While covering the Migrant Crisis in Europe I had the opportunity to jump a train with some 876 Refugees. We traveled from Salzburg Austria, not knowing whether the train was heading for Hungary or Germany.

 the atmosphere is a mix of exhaustion, frustration, and fear

the atmosphere is a mix of exhaustion, frustration, and fear

 Some 270,000 refugees arrived in Germany in September, more than the entire year before

Some 270,000 refugees arrived in Germany in September, more than the entire year before

 I spot Reem with her two children in the crowd

I spot Reem with her two children in the crowd

 Police try to avert pandemonium as the first trains, thought to be traveling to Germany, arrive

Police try to avert pandemonium as the first trains, thought to be traveling to Germany, arrive

 Reem re appears in the crowd pushing its way up the stairs to the platform

Reem re appears in the crowd pushing its way up the stairs to the platform

 I follow her and her two children to the train

I follow her and her two children to the train

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 "My sister My sister" she asks a fellow refugee what carrier he has, and if he can create a wireless network for her. she does not reach her sister and eventually gets off

"My sister My sister" she asks a fellow refugee what carrier he has, and if he can create a wireless network for her. she does not reach her sister and eventually gets off

 The train stops in Freilassing. Panic is in the air as police get on the train screaming. The refugees get off the train, relieved to find themselves in Freilassing Germany. They get on to a second train, and wait to see what direction it will leave in.  "Where are we going" 

The train stops in Freilassing. Panic is in the air as police get on the train screaming. The refugees get off the train, relieved to find themselves in Freilassing Germany. They get on to a second train, and wait to see what direction it will leave in.

"Where are we going" 

 We continue in the same Direction. A moment of Levity for this Afghan family  traveling with three Generations 

We continue in the same Direction. A moment of Levity for this Afghan family  traveling with three Generations 

 As we shoot past Munich, I get asked repeatedly where we are going. Smartphones are checked, and the speculation ensues. We stop in Augsburg Germany, where 250 Passengers are transferred to another train.

As we shoot past Munich, I get asked repeatedly where we are going. Smartphones are checked, and the speculation ensues. We stop in Augsburg Germany, where 250 Passengers are transferred to another train.

 Unloading Train in Augsburg

Unloading Train in Augsburg

 in Munich some sleep in the waiting areas. Exhausted, dirty, and hungry , they can finally rest.

in Munich some sleep in the waiting areas. Exhausted, dirty, and hungry , they can finally rest.

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 While covering the Migrant Crisis in Europe I had the opportunity to jump a train with some 876 Refugees. We traveled from Salzburg Austria, not knowing whether the train was heading for Hungary or Germany.
 the atmosphere is a mix of exhaustion, frustration, and fear
 Some 270,000 refugees arrived in Germany in September, more than the entire year before
 I spot Reem with her two children in the crowd
 Police try to avert pandemonium as the first trains, thought to be traveling to Germany, arrive
 Reem re appears in the crowd pushing its way up the stairs to the platform
 I follow her and her two children to the train
DSC_7870.jpg
 "My sister My sister" she asks a fellow refugee what carrier he has, and if he can create a wireless network for her. she does not reach her sister and eventually gets off
 The train stops in Freilassing. Panic is in the air as police get on the train screaming. The refugees get off the train, relieved to find themselves in Freilassing Germany. They get on to a second train, and wait to see what direction it will leave in.  "Where are we going" 
 We continue in the same Direction. A moment of Levity for this Afghan family  traveling with three Generations 
 As we shoot past Munich, I get asked repeatedly where we are going. Smartphones are checked, and the speculation ensues. We stop in Augsburg Germany, where 250 Passengers are transferred to another train.
 Unloading Train in Augsburg
 in Munich some sleep in the waiting areas. Exhausted, dirty, and hungry , they can finally rest.
DSC05697-2-2.jpg

While covering the Migrant Crisis in Europe I had the opportunity to jump a train with some 876 Refugees. We traveled from Salzburg Austria, not knowing whether the train was heading for Hungary or Germany.

the atmosphere is a mix of exhaustion, frustration, and fear

Some 270,000 refugees arrived in Germany in September, more than the entire year before

I spot Reem with her two children in the crowd

Police try to avert pandemonium as the first trains, thought to be traveling to Germany, arrive

Reem re appears in the crowd pushing its way up the stairs to the platform

I follow her and her two children to the train

"My sister My sister" she asks a fellow refugee what carrier he has, and if he can create a wireless network for her. she does not reach her sister and eventually gets off

The train stops in Freilassing. Panic is in the air as police get on the train screaming. The refugees get off the train, relieved to find themselves in Freilassing Germany. They get on to a second train, and wait to see what direction it will leave in.

"Where are we going" 

We continue in the same Direction. A moment of Levity for this Afghan family  traveling with three Generations 

As we shoot past Munich, I get asked repeatedly where we are going. Smartphones are checked, and the speculation ensues. We stop in Augsburg Germany, where 250 Passengers are transferred to another train.

Unloading Train in Augsburg

in Munich some sleep in the waiting areas. Exhausted, dirty, and hungry , they can finally rest.

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