A WOMAN crossing a railway track dodged death twice while retrieving a water bottle after being rescued from a train.
The video shows the woman crossing the line between two platforms at the station, instead of using the nearby pedestrian bridge just a few meters away.
The incident occurred at the Shikohabad station in the Indian province of Uttar Pradesh, reports NDTV.
A quick-thinking station worker, named in local media as Ram Swaroop Meena, runs to drag the yellow-clad woman back to the platform as a train approaches.
But when he lifts her from behind and steps back, she bends down to pick up the water bottle from the platform.
He picks up the bottle and snaps his head away in a split second as the train speeds by.
As the train passes, the woman casually walks away, seeming unfazed by her brush with death.
A policeman calls her over to talk and two other railway workers join in trying to point out what might have happened, but she nonchalantly walks away.
Earlier this year, a woman in Argentina said “I don’t know how I’m alive” after fainting and falling under a moving train in incredible footage caught on CCTV.
The woman, named only as Candela, lost her balance and fell from the platform at the Independencia Station in Buenos Aires.
Footage showed Candela staggering, leaning forward and stumbling towards the oncoming train.
The spectators feared the worst after her and disappeared through a space between two cars.
In the footage, several witnesses, including a man in a baseball cap, can be seen clutching their heads in shock.
But she was miraculously pulled alive from the tracks after the train stopped.
A woman in Brazil also miraculously survived after being pushed onto the tracks.
And a man who survived after falling under a moving train spoke of his trauma after his arm was amputated.