In Australia, passengers tilt a train to free a co-passenger's leg stuck in station gap
There is a power in unity. Same example has been set by Australian train commuters in Perth when they managed to take out a person whose leg was stuck between the platform and train.
The commuters joined
hands together and tilted the train and the passenger was out of
danger the next moment. The incident happened in Perth, Australia.
Workers spent about ten
minutes trying to free him, but his leg was stuck in a very critical
manner and just wouldn't budge. Afterwards passengers started pushing
There were more than 50
people who pushed the train together and tilted it until the man was
able to free his leg and board the train again.
His leg was saved after
the successful bid to tilt the 10,000-tonne train which was squeezing
his limb. Fortunately, the man did not appear to suffer from any
A few minutes later
everything went back to normal and the train was on its way. And
despite all of that, the train was only delayed 15 minutes.