The 45-year-old woman leg fell through the gap between the train and platform, rescued by People. A viral video shot at a Perth train station is being credited for saving a Boston woman’s life.
It was an accident when a train had stopped at the station, the 45 years old woman was getting off at her stop, unfortunately, her leg through the gap between the train and the platform.
The unexpected incident made people get attention.
Pete Shamon was on board the train and sprang into action.
Pete Shamon got an idea to rescue operation, actually an idea was struck by watching a video few weeks back.
Pete Shamon addressed the issue to other people to save the woman, he said: ” If we all push the side of the train, we can get her out of there’.”
Some people didn’t believe his words at that moment but they joined hands to shake the train for saving the woman. It took a little while for a crowd to gather. By having more strength by joining hands we had pushed the side of the train and woman was safe.
It was a great moment for us because we saved a life and we showed teamwork for the rescue operation.
Many people gathered the place and praised each one for joining hands and many people raised a question as who has got an idea?
Pete Shamon said ” a couple of weeks ago I watched a video, it was filmed in August 2014 at Stirling Train Station. The massive rescue effort went on to make headlines around the globe.
So, immediately I got an idea to save the woman, I’m happy for that” said Pete Shamon