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Alert woman constable saves man from falling into railway tracks at Egmore Chennai

Sunday Railway News

An alert woman cop of Railway Protection Force (RPF) saved a man from falling into railway tracks as train was about leave Egmore station at Chennai. Watch video.

Constable A Mathuri, who was on duty at the platform, showed good presence of mind and rushed in and pulled the man away from the train before he fell into the tracks through the gap between the train and the platform.

The accident happened when the man tried to get down from a coach of Chennai-Trichy Rockfort Express as the train was departing.

Hail alert woman cop.

On cam: RPF woman cop saves life of man who fell off moving train at Chennai’s Egmore (msn.com)

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