Mumbai Railway Police Saves Two Women Passengers From Being Crushed Under Train; Watch Video
Mumbai Railway Police Saves Two Women Passengers From Being Crushed Under Train; Watch Video (Photo Credits: ANI)

Mumbai, December 6: Two women passengers commuting in a local train in Mumbai had a narrow escape after they jumped off a running train on Wednesday. According to a 20-second video released by ANI, the incident took place at Dadar Station on the Western Line. In the video, the two women passengers were seen getting down while the train was speedily chugging through the platform. Dutch Cyclist Nearly Escapes Being Hit by Train, Video Will Make Your Heart Skip A Beat. 

A close look at the video shows that both the women stepped out of the train from different doors of the ladies compartment. They were rescued by the Government Railway Police (GRP) personnel from being run over by a train at Dadar Railway Station on Western Railway. Video of a Young Woman Performing Stunt in Mumbai Local Train Goes Viral! Police Yet to Identify the Girl.

Take a look at the video:

Earlier this week, a Western Railways gangman was struck by a Bandra-bound local while saving a man who was crossing the tracks near Andheri. According to a report by Mumbai Mirror, the gangman suffered multiple fractures in the incident. The report informs that the man, identified as Chandrakant Madre, 54, has been badly injured.