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Kolkata: Metro passenger dies after his hands get stuck in train's door

One person identified as Sajal Kumar Kanjilal (66) died after his hand got struck between the automated doors of a metro train he was attempting to board at the Park Street station here on Saturday.

ANI | Kolkata (West Bengal) | Updated: 13-07-2019 22:01 IST | Created: 13-07-2019 22:01 IST
Kolkata: Metro passenger dies after his hands get stuck in train's door
Visuals from Park Street metro . Image Credit: ANI

One person identified as Sajal Kumar Kanjilal (66) died after his hand got struck between the automated doors of a metro train he was attempting to board at the Park Street station here on Saturday. The incident took place at around 6.40 in the evening.

The man was trying to board the train and was on the platform outside when the train started moving with his arm still stuck inside the metro train's doors. The man was declared brought dead at SSKM Hospital.

A high-level inquiry has been ordered and an inquiry committee has been set up by the metro authorities, according to the PRO Metro. (ANI)

Also Read: Delhi Police spokesperson Madhur Verma transferred to Arunachal Pradesh


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