[Watch] A Kid Pulled Out From Jaws Of Death At Ambarnath Station

The Logical Indian

December 21st, 2015

A kid was literally pulled out of the jaws of death at Ambarnath station, Maharashtra, when he was saved from being run over by a train.

This was a miraculous escape, and quick thinking by fellow travellers made it possible.

However the question here is, how did this situation arise in the first place? How could the parents leave the child to himself? Parents here seem culpable and it should be a punishable offence.

Kudos to these men who saved a precious life. We request all the parents to take care of their children in public spaces, especially around moving vehicles. Prevention is always better than cure. Once a life is lost no amount of tears and guilt can bring it back.

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