Watch: Madhya Pradesh Police constable carries man who fell off train for one-and-a-half km to nearby station, saves life
A police constable Saturday saved the life of a man who fell off a train by carrying him on his shoulder and running for about one-and-a-half kilometres to a nearby railway station in Madhya Pradesh's Hoshangabad district.
A police constable saved the life of a man who fell off a train
He carried the injured man on his shoulder for about one-and-a-half kilometres
The incident occurred in Madhya Pradesh's Hoshangabad district
Hoshangabad: A police constable Saturday saved the life of a man who fell off a train by carrying him on his shoulder and running for about one-and-a-half kilometres to a nearby railway station in Madhya Pradesh's Hoshangabad district. The video of the incident went viral on social media platforms. A senior police official said Constable Poonam Billore's timely act saved the life of the severely injured passenger.
#WATCH: Police constable Poonam Billore ran for more than a kilometer along the railway tracks with an injured man on his shoulders in Hoshangabad today, after the ambulance couldn't reach the spot to rescue the man who had fell down from a train. #MadhyaPradesh pic.twitter.com/SqpdjgBZnd
— ANI (@ANI) February 23, 2019
Shivpur Police Station in-charge Sunil Patel said Ajit (35), a resident of Bhadohi in Uttar Pradesh, fell off a Mumbai-bound train at Ravan Peepal village close to Pagdhal railway station Saturday morning. "A Dial 100 First Response Vehicle got information about the incident around 9:30am but could not reach the spot of incident as the terrain is hilly. Constable Billore and the FRV driver Rahul Sakalle ran to the spot. Billore, with help from Sakalle, then carried Ajit on his shoulder to Pagdhal railway station," he said.
From the railway station, Ajit was taken to a health centre in Seoni's Malwa area and then shifted to Hoshanagabd district hospital because his head injury was severe, Patel told PTI. "Ajit is out of danger according to doctors treating him. Billore's timely response saved Ajit's life," Patel said.
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