A workforce of locals succeeded in rescuing a 35-year-old individual from climbing down twice in a day from a tower beside an overhead wire close to Kasara railway observe on Wednesday morning.
The person is mentally challenged and a resident of Borivali. It took 45 minutes for the locals and railway officers to persuade him to climb down. Since there was no practice alongside the route at the moment, a serious tragedy was averted.
Shyam Dhumal, one of many rescuers, mentioned, “The person first climbed an electrical tower that’s hooked up to excessive stress wire at round 7am. He was merely smiling and waving and didn’t converse a phrase. We tried telling him to climb down however he didn’t budge for over 45 minutes. We supplied him tea and biscuits and tried to persuade him to return down. He lastly got here down. At round 10am, when he was secure, the Railway Safety Drive made him board a CST-bound practice.”
He, nonetheless, alighted even earlier than the practice began and climbed the identical tower once more.
An officer from Kasara RPF mentioned, “The tower is 10-15 toes excessive. Happily, there was no practice passing by because the companies had been delayed. He was in a state of falling down any time. Furthermore, the tower is close to a high-tension wire. The locals and our officer went up the tower and introduced him down. We checked his telephone and requested his mother and father to return to Kasara to select him up. They had been additionally looking for him at totally different locations and nobody knew how he reached right here.”
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