Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Coimbatore: Loco pilot stops worker’s suicide bid on track
DECCAN CHRONICLE.
PublishedNov 20, 2016, 
Vijay, 30, a daily wage labourer and native of Vellakoil in Tirupur district had married 25-year-old Nagamani.
Depressed at his wife’s sickness, Vijay consumed poison and lay down on the railway track near Valankulam railway over-bridge on Friday evening.


Coimbatore: A loco pilot saved the life of a 30-year-old man who tried to commit suicide on the railway track near Coimbatore junction on Friday.

Vijay, 30, a daily wage labourer and native of Vellakoil in Tirupur district had married 25-year-old Nagamani. Recently, Nagamani fell ill and had been admitted to the Coimbatore Medical college and hospital (CMCH) for treatment.

Depressed at his wife’s sickness, Vijay consumed poison and lay down on the railway track near Valankulam railway over-bridge on Friday evening.
However, at that time as the Mangalore-Chennai express train was nearing Coimbatore junction from Kerala, the loco pilot noticed a person lying on the railway track, slowed down and stopped the train.

Talking to Vijay, the loco pilot came to know that he had consumed poison. Through wireless, he alerted officials at the railway station, arranged for an ambulance van and brought Vijay to Coimbatore junction in the same train.
Vijay was given first aid at the junction and sent to CMCH. He is being treated in the ICU. Railway police are probing.

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