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Passengers push train to rescue man stuck in platform gap (Video)

Sun Online Desk     5th August, 2017 09:30:32 printer

Passengers push train to rescue man stuck in platform gap (Video)

People power has been used to free a man who became trapped between the platform and a train at a Perth station on Wednesday morning.

 

At Beijing's Dongzhimen station, commuters literally pushed a train to help a man stuck between the train and the platform. The incident took place after the staff members' initial attempts to free the man failed, according to Channel News Asia.

A video shows the commuters pushing the train to free the trapped passengers, and breaking into applause when they succeed.

 

Beijing Subway says that the unidentified man was on the railway tracks at around 8 pm, causing the driver to hit the emergency brakes.

The man, however, still managed to get a leg stuck between the train and the platform as it rolled in, reports Channel News Asia.

 

The video has been viewed over 11 million times on China's social media sites.


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