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Chinese railway station worker saves a suicidal woman

13 May 2017

This she did seconds before the high-speed train was about to reach the station. The incident took place at Putian station in Fujian province of East China and got captured on the station surveillance camera.

The woman who is reportedly a college student tried to commit suicide jumping in front of the train. Nearly at the same time, another incoming train approaches on a parallel track close to where the woman is standing.

Jianzhong immediately notices her suicide attempt and chases after her, managing to grab the student's arm in the nick of time before she could jump off the station platform.

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According to a UK-based news website, Express.co.uk, a young woman who is a university student was saved by a 54-year-old railway worker, Weng Jianzhong, at the last moment.

The woman is seen bursting into tears after being pulled to safety.

The worker suffered a head injury in the rescue attempt.

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Weng reportedly received 6,000 Chinese yuan (£675) as reward for his act of bravery.

On the floor, he manages to pull her back further and out of the train's way. Railway staff, police and passengers came to her rescue and lifted her off the track.

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Chinese railway station worker saves a suicidal woman