Vigilant cops save life of man who slipped while boarding moving train in western India
Two vigilant cops came to the rescue of a man who slipped while boarding a moving train in western India’s Maharashtra.
The incident happened at platform number one of the Solapur railway station on December 14.
Visuals showed the man, later identified as Bhim Nagnath Ingle, tripping and falling down while trying to get on the moving train. Another person was too seen trying to board the train at the same time and while he went in, Ingle fell down and seemingly was going down into the gap between the vehicle and the platform. It was at this moment that the two cops-Amit Kumar Saroj and Mithun Rathod came rushing to pull the man out of harm’s way and into safety.
Ingle, 54, was travelling from Solapur to Mumbai and fortunately, didn’t suffer any injury in this accident. He thanked the Railway Protection Force (RPF) and Government Railway Police (GRP) staff for saving his life.