3 A teen who slipped and fell off the back of a train -- and severed his foot -- is now talking about it. 15-year-old Jayson Ahrens says it's not the first time he's jumped on the back of a train. But he says this time something went horribly wrong. He was trying to make curfew at a local youth center. Channel 4's Marques White spoke to the teen tonight. He's joining us LIVE tonight.. Marques, what did he tell you? 3 3 3 The teen says he's been jumping on the back of trains for the past two years. He says he likes the idea of a thrill heading to another state. Last Sunday -- he was jumping on a train to make it to a local youth center -- and he says this time -- he just slipped. 3 Jayson Ahrens is getting used to walking again. He's using a pros thetic -- after an accident at the railroad tracks near 53rd Street and Main Street. He was trying to make it to Panama Youth Services -- which is about a 10 minute walk -- and half-a-mile away.143124 All I know is I was asking the officer, so I could hurry up and get in the ambulance - so they could knock me out. It was terrible.I just wanted to be knocked out.Ahrens' leg was caught underneath the train and his foot was severed slightly above the ankle.He says he's still in pain. He also says it's not the first time he's jumped on the back of a train.143420 Hopping trains - it's an excitement. You get on and still the wind goes through your hair and you see the people inside the cars and you're driving past em and you're like yea you can't stop me.....143443 It makes you feel like Superman.Nobody can stop you.He says one time on a trip to South Carolina -- he injured his right leg on a train.143443 It makes you feel like Superman.Nobody can stop you.But after his accident last week he says he's now going to be a different person 143312 Oh yeah, 100-percent 143256 If I could go back and change it, I would. But at the same time I wouldn't because I wouldn't be the same person that experienced this. Ahrens says he's appreciates all of the well wishes. He says he's headed to Brooks Rehab Center to get help with his prosthetic -- and that he hopes to be reunited with MOM IN OCALA. Any comment from the director of the Panama Youth Center where Ahrens was staying?A: The director says they're wishing him well. THEY SAY THEY CAN'T COMMENT ON WHETHER AHRENS WILL RETURN TO THE CENTER.HE WAS WITH HIS DAD BEFORE HE WAS AT THE CENTER.