Mumbai Local News: 18-Year-Old Labourer Falls Of Running Train After Hitting Pole

by Suraj V. Digital Marketing (sr. SEO Expert)

Now, with the city coming back to its normalcy, Mumbai local trains are seen jam-packed, especially during peak hours, that is morning and evening. Many people are observed hanging with little support at the door, risking lives, only hoping to reach their destination safely and on-time.

However, in yet another misfortune took place to a commuter of the Mumbai local trains on Thursday morning, June 23.

According to reports, an 18-year-old labourer was injured when he fell off a running suburban train after being hit by a signal pole while hanging out of the train at around 9:30 am.

The labourer, who is a resident of Bhaskar Nagar in Kalwa, has been identified as Danish Hussain Khan. He suffered injuries after falling off a running train between Kalwa and Thane stations, police officials stated.

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As per reports, the victim who works as a labour was headed towards Dadar and was travelling at the footboard between two coaches of a local train along with his friends when he lost his grip and hit a signal pole, barely 200m from Kalwa station, and fell on the tracks.

Moreover, GRP officials stated that about 20 minutes after the incident, a relative of Khan and some others rushed him to nearby Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital at Kalwa in an auto-rickshaw. Khan sustained leg and hand injuries, and his condition was stable.

Videos of the incident where Khan is seen falling on the tracks, recorded by some passengers traveling on Mumbai CSMT-bound Deccan Queen from Pune, went viral on social media.

Also Read: Mumbai Local News: 22-Year-Old Died After Falling Off From Running Train

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