Look at the picture
Do we say "they are lying across the rail bars"?
Also, see this picture
Do we say "the cat is lying across the bar"?
Or what are the idiomatic way of saying that?
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The people are lying (down) across the (railway) tracks.
The cat is sprawled (rather than lying) across the spindle securing the legs of the stool.