Vigil RPF jawan saves life of woman trying to board moving Mumbai local, video viral | Watch
A spine-chilling video has come to light of an RPF soldier saving the life of a woman trying to catch a train in Mumbai’s local train platform. The notion of Mumbai locals being heavily thronged continues on as people ride the crowded trains to commute everyday.
However, the incident could have taken an ugly turn if the RPF soldier wouldn’t have swung into action.
In the video, a crowded train station can be seen as people continue to walk and alight the train to commute. A woman can be seen trying to alight the moving train, however, failing to grab on to the Mumbai local’s gate, the woman falters and falls to the ground near as the train progresses.
However, an RPF woman officer can be seen promptly swinging into action as she drags the woman out of the area where she can be harmed because of the train and saving her from falling victim to a disastrous accident. A man can also be seen dashing toward the RPF woman and assisting her to help the woman get away.
The people around, after learning about what happened, can be seen stopping and checking if everything is okay. The people can also be seen crowding the woman who had fallen to check up on her.
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Another incident came to light from Bihar’s Punia station where an RPF soldier’s prompt actions saved the life of a passenger falling from the train. The video of the brave act was captured on CCTV camera.
In the video, a man can be seen falling off from a moderately slow moving train after which a RPF soldier’s vigil and prompt response saved the man from falling into the gap between the train platform and the train. The RPF Jawan can be seen lying down after pulling out the man from an almost near death experience. The people on the train platform can also be seen rushing to the place of incident in order to provide some support and aid.
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