Lucknow: In a gut-wrenching tale, a man from Uttar Pradesh fell from a train and walked for over two hours with his intestines out. While walking to the nearest station which was nine kilometers away, he tied his shirt around his ripped stomach. Also Read - UP Witnesses Continuous Decline In New COVID Cases, State Reports 18,125 Fresh Patients in Last 24 Hours
He was later rescued and rushed to a nearby hospital. Also Read - Ambulance Rates Capped In Noida; Rs 2,500 For 10 KM Those With Ventilator/Bi-pap Support. Check Details
A police official told TOI, Sunil Chowhan, 24, along with his brothers, had boarded Sanghamithra Express in Balia. He had got out of his berth to use the toilet, but accidentally fell from the moving train. Also Read - UP Witnessing Decline In COVID Cases, Fighting Pandemic Effectively, Says CM Yogi Adityanath
“While walking towards he toilet, Sunil stopped near the washbasin but accidentally fell out of the train when the train swerved sharply. No one saw him fall. He suffered a severe injury in the abdomen and his entails came out,”the official told the leading daily.
However, Sunil pulled himself together, gathered some courage and shoved his intestines back into the stomach and tied his shirt around the wounded area. He walked in pitch darkness till he reached the nearest station.
He was spotted by the station master and rushed to a hospital.
His condition is being said to be stable.