Watch: Man Trying To Board Moving Train Falls, Passengers Save Life

Mumbai: Mumbai Locals are a major part of the city’s livelihood. Lakhs of passengers travel in Mumbai Local on daily basis. If one is running late tends to catch moving train, doing so is quite risky. One man tried to catch a moving local at Mumbai’s Kandivali station, fell down and fortunately his live was narrowly saved.

The passenger was trying to catch the moving local train, during which his leg slipped and he was hit by the train, although fortunately some passengers present at the station pulled him and his life was saved.

On Wednesday this risky incident took place. Watch the video here:

Earlier too in a similar incident Mumbai cops had saved a woman who slipped while boarding a moving train. A Railway Protection Force (RPF) constable acted swiftly to save a woman who slipped and fell while trying to board a moving train in Mumbai. Police constable Sapna Golkar was on duty at Mumbai’s Byculla railway station that night, when she saw the commuter lose her balance and fall.

For her this job she was praised by many.

The video was released on social media by Central Railway and also shared by the Ministry of Railways today on Twitter. “Commendable work done,” the official Twitter account of Central Railways wrote in praise of the constable. 

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