Navi Mumbai, Sept. 6 -- Kiran Dhanvade, a 24-year-old man from Airoli, came under a train while crossing the tracks at Kopar Khairane railway station on Tuesday.
When Railway Protection Force (RPF) officers rushed to the spot, they realised the train had severed both his legs. They pulled Dhanvade out from under the train, but found themselves in a helpless position.
There was no ambulance at the station to take the critically injured man to a hospital.
RPF officers finally convinced an auto driver to carry the injured man to the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) hospital in Vashi and managed to save Dhanvade's life by providing him medical treatment during the golden hour.
Golden hour refers to the immediate one-hour time period...