Head constable Sanatan Munda of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) rushed in the direction of the door of the prepare and pulled the girl in the direction of the platform when she was about to get trapped between the moving prepare and the platform.
BHUBANESWAR: A head constable of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) in Odisha saved a girl at Bhubaneswar railway station when she was about to get trapped between a moving prepare and the platform on Wednesday morning. The incident was captured by a CCTV digicam.
Head constable Sanatan Munda was on obligation at Bhubaneswar railway station, when 18444 Palasa-Cuttack MEMU passenger prepare arrived at Bhubaneswar railway station’s platform no 3. When the prepare was leaving the station at 10.10 am, two girls passengers, K. Saraswati (58) from Srikakulam and her fellow passenger B. Chandramma, began getting down from the operating prepare. The duo, nevertheless, lost steadiness.
“Munda spotted the duo and realised that a fatal accident was imminent if something was not done. He rushed towards the door of the train and pulled the two women towards the platform. The three of them fell on their backs but this act prevented a major accident. He sustained minor injuries and the two women also had a few bruises,” mentioned the inspector of the Bhubaneswar RPF.
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