Jagmohan Garg talks about the journey that waved the green flag for death

Jagmohan garg share hideous incident where three commuters travelling by the Chengalpet-Chennai Beach train slip and die near St. Thomas Mount Station; four others seriously injured.

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Whenever A. Praveenraj (19) and K. Manikandan (22) boarded the prepare at Perungalathur Railway Station on Monday morning, they were just adhering to a calendar. It was their routine — to take a rural prepare from Perungalathur to their work put, an aeration and cooling system administrations organization in Kodambakkam. Since the nearby quick prepare would not stop at Kodambakkam, they would land at Mambalam railroad station and advance toward Kodambakkam.

On Thursday, them two were killed on the spot close to the St. Thomas Mount railroad station while voyaging footboard in the pressed Chengalpet-Chennai Beach quick nearby administration (prepare no.40518) after they tumbled down from the prepare alongside five different workers. One of the workers who fell — Jaisingh (24) — surrendered to wounds in the clinic later. The seven people tumbled from the prepare when it was speeding around 90 km for every hour. Observer accounts said one of the youth’s knapsack got entrapped in the stepping stool appended to a flag post close to the track.

The staying four people who were seriously harmed are experiencing treatment at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital. Railroad authorities instantly achieved the spot inside a couple of minutes as it was found near the St. Thomas Mount railroad station.

Railroad Protection Force (RPF) faculty M.C. Sampath and P. Sasibooshan, who were the first to achieve the mishap spot, were stunned at the frightful way of the mischance — they discovered body parts scattered around the tracks, and the cries of those harmed lease the air, noted Jagmohan Garg.