The moment the man was nearly crushed to death before being rescued by a quick-thinking guard [Video]

Heartbreaking moment man was nearly crushed to death after trying to cling to train door before being rescued by quick-thinking guard

  • A man at Dadar train station in Mumbai, India, was rescued by a heroic guard
  • He was a stone’s throw from his head being crushed by a train at the station
  • The man missed being crushed by a few centimeters in the incident










This is the heartbreaking moment when a man cheated death when he came within inches of his head to be crushed by a train.

The man tripped while trying to cling to the door of a moving train at Dadar railway station in Mumbai, India.

Incredibly, he was rescued by two fast-acting guards who rushed over to the man and dragged him onto the platform.

The man was lucky to be alive after his head appeared to be under the train in Mumbai

Quick-thinking stewards managed to get him to safety at Dadar train station in Mumbai

Quick-thinking stewards managed to get him to safety at Dadar train station in Mumbai

CCTV captured the dramatic rescue that took place on January 12 in front of shocked passengers.

An eyewitness said: “Everything seems to be going so fast, the man was holding the train window and running desperately to keep up as it accelerated.

‘Suddenly he lost his balance and looked like he was going to be sucked under.

“There was a family with a child a stone’s throw away and they watched in horror.

The breathtaking footage was captured on CCTV at the train station

The breathtaking footage was captured on CCTV at the train station

‘The man’s head disappeared under the train and everyone feared the worst until these two guards rushed over and pulled him free.

The man appeared unconscious, but fortunately was not seriously injured. He must have missed it by a few inches to have been crushed to death.’

The unnamed man was admitted to JJ Hospital, Mumbai for treatment.

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