A man’s attempt to board a running train in Pune leads to a ‘near-fatal accident’, and railway employees save him | Common

A man’s attempt to board a running train in Pune leads to a ‘near-fatal accident’, and railway employees save him |  Common

Indian Railways has repeatedly urged passengers not to board or deboard running trains. However, people often ignore this advice and end up getting into trouble. Now, a video of a man trying to board a running train at a station in Pune has been shared on social media by the official X handle of Pune Division, Central Railway. Thanks to the quick thinking and motivation of a railway employee on the platform, the man was saved from a “near-fatal accident”.

Railway personnel are on the platform to save the life of the passenger while other passengers run towards them to help. (X/@drmpune)

“Amidst the crowd at Pune station, the quick and courageous actions of an MSF employee, Mr. Digambar Desai, saved a passenger from a near-fatal accident on board train No. 11301 Udyan Express. A true testament to dedication to serving passengers,” he wrote. DRM Pune while sharing video on X.

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DRM Pune responded to her post and urged passengers to be careful while boarding and deboarding trains. “Passengers are requested to avoid boarding or disembarking running trains. Your safety is our priority!”

Watch the video here:

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Since being shared on March 28, the video has received more than 10,300 views and the numbers are still increasing. Many even took to the comments section of the video to praise the railway staff for saving the passenger’s life.

Watch how people reacted to this video here:

One X user wrote: “MSF Joan Desai has taken quick action sir, hats off. Good job done by MSF.”

“Quick thinking and quick action. Cheers,” another added.

A third commented, saying: “I appreciate the quick response from the brave official.”

“Brave. He saved a life. Please reward him for his bravery,” a fourth expressed.

A fifth simply wrote: “Great job.”

“Don’t risk your precious life and try to board a moving bullet train,” he chanted on the 6th.

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