An Australian Passenger got trapped between the gap of carriage and station(.4 -inch) at the rush hour on Wednesday morning. Initially all the co-commuters were told to shift back and a rescue team came on the spot. The rescue team tried their best but weren't able to save the trapped passenger. The dozens of co-passengers came together and did very unthinkable thing. All of them came together and tilted the carriage to free the trapped man. (Scroll below for the video)
This incident happened at Stirling Station in Perth, Australia, at 8.50am local time when the man slipped and found one of his legs wedged in the gap. Passengers gathered together, enough of them to line up, 50 or so, and say, ‘One, two, three, push.’ ” ABC News (Australia) broke the news. Share this immensely inspiring video with everyone. You can follow us on twitter at @evrystory
Incident happened at 8 50 am at Stirling Station, Perth.