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Man saves woman from train after she falls onto tracks

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A 20-year-old woman fell onto the train tracks at JR Koenji station on Monday night, but escaped with minor injuries after a man, who saw her fall, jumped down onto the track and was able to position her so that the oncoming train passed over without hitting her.

The woman, who is believed to have been intoxicated, got off a Chuo line train at the station at about 9.15 p.m. and stumbled across to the other side of the platform before falling over the edge.

A 24-year-old man saw her fall and called out to her but she didn't respond. He then noticed a rapid train was about to pull into the station, and jumped down onto the tracks. He started to lift her up but decided there would not be enough time and placed her arms and legs in between the rails. The train driver applied the brakes and the man hid in a space underneath the platform, as the train passed them and came to a halt some 90 meters onward.

The man was not injured and the woman escaped with just minor injuries to her head sustained in the fall. After the train stopped, the woman was able to crawl out from the 30-cm gap underneath. She said she doesn't remember falling and regained consciousness to find the train above her.

Trains between Tokyo and Takao were delayed by 40 minutes due to the incident, affecting 22 trains and some 24,000 passengers.

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The real solution is alcohol prohibition

Umm - we are not yet living in a joint run by the Taleban. People should drink responsibly, the 99% of reponsible drinkers should not have the fun of alcohol taken from them because of the idiocy of the 1%.

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Brave beyond words!

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@ Netrek.. not everyone in the US is obese. Nice job stereotyping a culture.

Moderator: Back on topic please.

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http://yamagata-np.jp/news_core/index_pr.php?kate=National&no=2010021601000910

Mr. Hiroki Sato was awarded for his act! here's his picture :)

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Someone who is not drunk should drive they home.

L'hommequiment, I don't know how much time you've spent in Tokyo, but if it's any time at all you might have noticed that many/most people don't have cars. Also the concept of the designated driver hardly exists in Japan, so your suggestion is impractical. As for alcohol prohibition, never going to happen, so even more impractical.

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Gurukun... that is totally messed up!

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LoveUSA, I could probably do it, but I'd probably have to get drunk first, ha ha ha, no, seriously, now that I've seen what Sato did, I would hope I could remember and act quickly and calmly if I saw you or anyone else fall off the platform onto the tracks.

hahaha, you cannot lift me Sarge, even if you wish. Please keep your power for a Japanese woman. But thanks for the good intentions, you are my JT hero!

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He is a brave man, thank you sir!

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"The real solution is alcohol prohibition"

No, it's not.

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Don't let drunk people take trains and problem solved.

You would prefer they drove? Make sure you give an actual alternative solution if you say something like that or, your comment is meaningless.

Someone who is not drunk should drive they home. If they drink alone they should drink at home, like most of the alcoholics do. Also, they can always check in to a nearby hotel.

Japan is too permissive with public intoxication.

The real solution is alcohol prohibition, but we are a few hundred years away from it.

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God bless him.

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KAKKOII!!!!!! <3

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Don't let drunk people take trains and problem solved.

You would prefer they drove? Make sure you give an actual alternative solution if you say something like that or, your comment is meaningless. I was one of the 24,000 commuters affected by this incident, but I didn't come away with the idea "drunk people shouldn't take trains". I think it's great that there are trains for them to take- can you imagine what that girl might have done behind the wheel of a car?

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LoveUSA, I could probably do it, but I'd probably have to get drunk first, ha ha ha, no, seriously, now that I've seen what Sato did, I would hope I could remember and act quickly and calmly if I saw you or anyone else fall off the platform onto the tracks.

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Where is this guy? Let me buy him a drink. A real hero if there ever was one. My cousin in Osaka actually did the same thing, too, a few years back. Lady fell on the tracks and he jumped in to haul her out. Thankfully train was still a long ways off.

Wow such a hero! If they happened in the US and both were obese the outcome would have been very tragic.

LOL!!

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True the man took his life in his hands & I hope him the best in the future. To do that for a drunk, one really has to wonder after?

Mind you being a drunk about to get on a train rather then driving a car in "not able to remember mind" or killing someone else or thier family in similiar driving . I guess that is thankful to the rest of us.

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Fast thinking!

Getting a bill for dying on JR is a popular urban legend. Which JR is happy not to deny. There is no such provision in existence, only intentionally placed rumors. And no, there is no Nigerian princess for you to rescue either.

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Wow such a hero! If they happened in the US and both were obese the outcome would have been very tragic.

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Good for him! He did the right thing in a high pressure, quick decision situation. I certainly hope the young lady learns a lesson from this incident. She was that drunk at 9:15? Good grief! Put the bottle down and pick up a glass of water instead!

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Wonder what bill she'll receive for this incident ? In Japan the families of people who jump to their deaths on Railway tracks immediately receive a bill for 2Million yen (~20K US$).

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I suppose the govt could encourage marijuana over alcohol ... stonies rarely make trouble (well, unless the supply of chocolate cookies runs critically low) :-)

A bit more direct to the story though ... what we have here is someone being congratulated for doing the right thing - what he should have done. Perhaps those who stood by and did nothing should have been the real subjects of the story instead ... ? Apathy and ethical indifference rots nations from within.

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how romantic. He is a real man!

He is. I saw a drunk man in his 50s fall onto the tracks once in the countryside. I saw a woman dash to the conductor who ran for the emergency alarm and hit it. I saw 5 Japanese guys jump down onto the tracks to get the guy up. I saw another 5 haul him up from the top of the platform and then help the others up. It all took place in a few seconds. All the while there was an express train due any minute. They men who jumped down did it without concern for their safety. I was blown away.

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bloody hell... she needs a whippin..

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The real story is about 24,000 passengers who are affected and current state of alcoholism is Japan.

Drunk passengers are always a problem. They force planes to make emergency landings, cause delays, harass fellow passengers, vomit around etc.

Don't let drunk people take trains and problem solved.

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Amazing! ^0^! I wish him a successful future and a long, healthy life!

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Bravo! Bravo!

Can you do it, Sarge?

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how romantic. He is a real man!

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peachy871

BBLeo...I think you didn't catch all that USNinJapan2 was saying. He was answering someone else's question above, regarding the space underneath trains.

Thanks. Some people just can't read...

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God bless you, Hiroki Sato!

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Quite the hero. Good on him.

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What a way to meet!

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Sadly, if he failed in the attempt he probably would have been charged with manslaughter.

That's an odd thing to say. Can you point us to any precedent for that claim? I very much doubt that he would be charged with anything at all if that had happened.

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Bravo! Bravo!

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Good man, well done.

I wouldn't have risked my life for a drunken bimbo.

Sez something about you then.

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great, absolute hero.

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Only a 40 minute delay. Suggoi. And he is a hero, and she needs AA

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Absolute hero. If the facts are indeed correct, this guy deserves some serious tv time.

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Thumbs up to Sato's quick wits, smart thinking and calmness in a crisis which saved the woman's life!

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This man is a true hero. Sadly, if he failed in the attempt he probably would have been charged with manslaughter. The victims families often spend months in court to make sure the maximum punishment is dealt. I wonder if the girls family will spend a few yen and hours tohave a party for this hero?

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True hero. very beautiful story. Many thanks to you sir.

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What sucks there is JR keeps all the money, it doesn't go to any of the actual passengers who were delayed and inconvenienced.

===Well the losses suffered by other cannot be calculated - but can be somewhat calculated for JR losses.===

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This Hero deserves a Bravery Award from the Govt of Japan

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why did the woman's friends let her go home alone?

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Glad to see the Japanese finally put a hero on the TV. Japan badly needs to celebrate heros.

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BBLeo...I think you didn't catch all that USNinJapan2 was saying. He was answering someone else's question above, regarding the space underneath trains.

Saw the footage of the interview with Sato-san...he is a cutie-patootie! If I was that age again... lol

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She's going to wish she had died when she receives the bill from JR.

What sucks there is JR keeps all the money, it doesn't go to any of the actual passengers who were delayed and inconvenienced.

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It's a good thing for her that that guy saw her fall and not me. I wouldn't have risked my life for a drunken bimbo.

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The point is not : 'Also, it would all depend on how fast the train was going too.' It is a fact that he saved her from death. Wouldn't you do 'USNinJapan2' the same??? It is nice to hear that there is at least one person there that we could be proud of it.

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It is true that more people should be involved to help others, perhaps the world will be in much better situation. ...The woman, who is believed to have been intoxicated... even so she was under influence of alcohol doesn't desrve to die like this she is a human after all. Rescuer is a hero and should be well awarded as an example to others.

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WillB

Also, it would all depend on how fast the train was going too.

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WillB

Do all trains have enough space underneath to survive, even the Shinkansens?

I think if you're average size and lie absolutely flat then you'd be okay with most commuter trains and even most expresses. But with the Shinkansen's special aerodynamics and lower ground clearance I think there's a good chance that you'd be hit by the front skirt or that if you made under the train unscathed that you'd be sucked up into the undercarriage by the decreased air pressure under the train. Either way I wouldn't give it a try Will...

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Quick thinking and action saved this woman's life. Many thanks to you sir.

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Good to see people like Sato san who is willing to help, irrespective of what others will think about him(in case he fails to save her). I think basically all Japanese People have "omoiyari" or "thoughtfullness for others" but sometimes it weighs too much on there mind they get scared to do even good deeds(Afraid in case it goes wrong, what others will feel about this, what that person will think about it).

PS: This is totally based on my personal experience as I have seen some accidents in Japan where people just pass-by as if nothing has happened.

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WOW! This man deserves the highest honours that Japan can bestow. Sell your story pall and make as much money out of it you can - you deserve it.

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ha. Shes going to wish she had died when she recieves the bill from JR.

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Of course his actions were heroic but he shouldn't have had to do that. Please put up barriers on all JR platforms, Japan. It will save many lives in the future. Sure it will cost. But it's the right thing to do.

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Do all trains have enough space underneath to survive, even the Shinkansens?

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No negeative comments here. I hope she quits drinking !!!! But probably not !!!!!!!!!

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Two miracles here. 1. the man. 2. She remained unconscious.

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Great story. Better for someone like me than some "great visual effects" movie. Do I have this correct? He laid her down, tucked in her limbs and went into a space underneath the platform. Truly spectacular. I agree with presto, this man is a real hero.

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Why would someone want to be famous for being so drunk she fell onto the tracks? This kind of thing has happened before- unfortunately sometimes the heroes who go to the person's aid do not always survive.

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There's hope after all.

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After the reporters dig into this don't surprised if you find out that this was all staged! A great way for the two of them to get their 15 minutes of fame.

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Apsara-san Kudos! to you! Like I mentioned earlier, Japan needs more people to get involved when help is needed. No matter how small the deed is, people like you are all heros!!

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The young man is definitely a hero. I don't know if Japan has a kunsho for heroism, but believe the fire department is doing a very good thing about it. It probably is impractical, but I like the Shinkansen boarding gate system where it is sealed until the train pulls in.

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I hope he gets more than just sent a letter of appreciation for this. Last year I used a fire extinguisher to put out a fire in my neighbour's sofa, and I got a letter of appreciation personally delivered by the station chief, plus a photo, and souvenir goods! The guy who saved this woman did something exceptional, and should be rewarded appropriately.

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Fuji TV tells the woman was saved by a hair's breadth. The young man, Mr Sato saw the woman fall and the approaching train and thought 'this is dangerous, this one is going to die' and he acted instantaneously. As has been stated here before, he is a real hero and only realized what he had done when he saw the news reports. The Tokyo Fire Department will send him a letter of appreciation!

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I was very pleased to read this news this morning, because I was on a Chuo line train right next to the one that almost hit this woman last night. Just as our train left Koenji station headed for Takao, I heard the Tokyo bound-one next to us blast its horn a really long time as it arrived in Koenji station and at the same instant the driver of our train hit the emergency brake. I thought that the only reason for that combination could be someone falling/jumping onto the tracks, and sure enough a few minutes later they announced a jinshinjiko.

The train I was on started moving again after about 18 minutes (luckily I had a seat!), and I assumed it was a suicide until I saw the Japanese Yahoo news this morning. I'm wondering why the report here says trains were delayed for 40 minutes though, because they had both directions up and running in just under 20.

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It's not guys like these that get laid though, not like the old movies when women had virtue. She'll date some guy with an earring, ponytail, works behind a bar or in a band more than likely. Someone who won't do anything for her except give her a small cheap trinket..

alphawolf-Are you describing me? LOL

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Disillusioned Uh, no. YOU should re-read the article. It clearly says that he positioned her between the rails so that the train would roll over her. It even says that the train was on top of her when she regained consciousness. Gees!

yep, that’s right. Now Mr. Sato tells his own account.

"My body just moved in that way at the scene, never thought anything that I was doing good to the person"

http://dailynews.yahoo.co.jp/fc/domestic/train_accindents/

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That man deserves a medal!

That woman deserves the bill for all the havoc, as suggested by ratpack, and she should also have a few buckets of icy water chucked over her head. I volunteer.

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for the delays i meant to say...not for being drunk.

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You save someone's life if you can because that is the right thing to do. Really glad to hear that someone had the chance to save her and did!

But now that it is over and she is alive only because of him, I think he should be able to get "friends with benefits" status with her and two of her hottest friends for the rest of his natural life or until he gets tired of it. Just seems fair....

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It's not guys like these that get laid though, not like the old movies when women had virtue. She'll date some guy with an earring, ponytail, works behind a bar or in a band more than likely. Someone who won't do anything for her except give her a small cheap trinket..

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"Trains between Tokyo and Takao were delayed by 40 minutes due to the incident, affecting 22 trains and some 24,000 passengers". I wonder if she will be billed for being blind drunk????

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LOL she didn't remember falling? Thats unbelievable....

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disillusioned, i can read fine buddy boy "He started to lift her up but decided there would not be enough time and placed her arms and legs in between the rails." Gees indeed!:P

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Disillusioned

Uh, no. YOU should re-read the article. It clearly says that he positioned her between the rails so that the train would roll over her. It even says that the train was on top of her when she regained consciousness. Gees!

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here's to hoping for more stories like this one in the future

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Lucky girl indeed. I'd just like to point out for those who can't figure it out (or can't read) he dragged her under the platform, not under the train. Next time you go to the train station have a look at the opposite side of the platform. You will notice there is a one meter overhang and that is where they hid, as the story states. Gees! :P

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This is the type of person I want to live up to be. Honestly, how many people, do you know, have saved someone's life? I mean there are the firefighters and police, but seriously - an ordinary person who just sees someone in trouble - this guy is awesome.

This is the one of the few stories I've heard that has everyday heroism from a mundane person. He is what I hope to be.

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It's like GANTZ, but if the characters had been smarter.

In all seriousness, good on him for his quick thinking and risking his own life for someone else.

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A nice heart-warming story to see in the top of headlines, which is very rare in JT.

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AMAZING! Talk about owing somebody your life! I hope that young man is blessed forever for the selflessness of his deed, WOW I'd love to see a pic of him!Aww maybe my fantasies will be better, not of falling on to a train track but of knowing a man that is THAT courageous. I know a few thank GOD, but it's always nice to know there are more of them out there!

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A real live hero! Now here's where you give out awards!

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Fantastic job! Wonder if he would have done the same thing for a 40-50 year old salaryman???????

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awesome dude. 24 and risking his life... awesome.

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This guy for Prime Minister and throw out all the bum politicians.

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Good on this guy. I'm a wee bit surprised he didn't try to pull her into the space under the platform, but sounds like the man did things as quick as he good with the impending train about to go over them.

Anyway, in this era of suicide-by-train and non-stop groping (by police) reports, it is VERY refreshing to hear about a hero who risks his own neck to save someone else. Good job.

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I wonder how show thanked him? Was it the Tokyo custom of nodding the head a little bit and saying "sumimasen"?

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Inspiring story! Sounds like something out of a movie. Good to know there are still heroes in the real world, too!

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thepro at 09:59 AM JST - 16th February But damn, if you are so drunk that you fall onto train tracks, you've got it coming to you

You think that drunk people deserve to die?

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kudos! quick thinking!

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bentheredonthat at 11:31 AM JST - 16th February: first of all, that dude is awesome! second of all, how did he know that a train could pass over you? and does that work for all trains?

Yes! There is always enough space under a carriage. If you don't raise your head you're pretty safe. He might have even been a Railway Ota. Those guys now every single detail of a train.

Either way, good job from the guy on realizing very quickly that he couldn't lift her up and reacted to this fast enough. The rest is pretty much instinct. Which man wouldn't risk his life for a girl that fell off the platform?!

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Wow, quick thinking and action.

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Let's hope they get married and live happily ever after... if only it had happened the day before...

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This guy deserves an award and recognition. Fast.

Congrats to you, Sir.

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GREAT STORY! There should be a couple of reporters at each media outlet to find good news every day and post it on the front page and/or in a newscast.

@Schopenhauer, Chuo Line has about a one meter gap between the platform wall and the rail. Most of the Chuo Line platforms stick out which makes the gap and there is construction going on right now on a few other stations.

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@Schopenhauer, JR Chuo line has a very reasonable gap between the rails and the bottom of the platform wall. At the majority of stations on Chuo line the platform goes out about a meter and most of the stations have been upgraded or are being upgraded now.

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Woow, what he did is increadible. Yes, he's definitely a Hero. But, was the young woman drunk?

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is there a reason they did not put the name of this hero in the news? I'm sure they asked him, but he probably declined; which I feel is the honorable thing to do. Anyway, kudos to him.

This news is making us assume many things. Good work by some guy but not the reporters.

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first of all, that dude is awesome! second of all, how did he know that a train could pass over you? and does that work for all trains?

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On a different note, somebody should watch how much she drinks? LOL

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It's good to hear that someone had the courage to help someone in need for once. Not only is the young man brave, he is a quick thinker!! I give him much respect for trying to lift her out of the dangerous situation, but opted a different plan when he noticed that there was not enough time. I agree! He should be publically recognized for his actions. A true hero!

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is there a reason they did not put the name of this hero in the news?

I'm sure they asked him, but he probably declined; which I feel is the honorable thing to do. Anyway, kudos to him.

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It costs a lot of money to install those barriers, just take a look at Shinjuku Station and the muliple number of platforms at just one station, imagine the costs to retro fit them all.

If you consider the millions of passengers that travel each day without problems, it is probably cost effective not to install these barriers. Newer subway lines have them built in by default, some older lines like the maruanouchi line got upgraded to waste barrier (doens't prevent suicide, someone can just jump over), JR east is larger then all of those railways combined, the costs must be out there.

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So great to read a story like this on here! Hope he gets lots of recognition from his peers and his bosses for what a great person he is!

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SG and Hong Kong... have walls and rails.... My guess it would cost a few billion... anyway high five dude, not you chick, you get the foot in the rear.

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is there a reason they did not put the name of this hero in the news?

I understand that names are withheld in crime news with involvement of <20y but this is not one.

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How about letting this story get as much media attention as the recent horrible murders? Lets splash his picture with station camera images and updates on the girls recovery and second chance at life? etc. etc. ..But it wont.

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this young man did it so great!

it was good that they (the girl and the boy) were both safe. i remembered, in the past, there were guys who lost theit lives, while trying help out a drunken man that fell down on a train track.

the girl should stay away from alcohol drinks from this day on. she was lucky she was so skiny as to be laid on the track to let the train pass over her. my wife wouldnt have been saved. (she doesnt drink though...)

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Congratulations of his bravery. Nice to see such a positive story gracing my screen.

This is one person with talent!!!

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KyokoSmile - probably he won't want to marry her though ;) - anyway he's a real hero, risking his life to save somebody...

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Nice to see a story of heroism. Great job!

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Just to echo the sentiments of some other posters, it is good to know that there are people who are willing to risk their own lives when S hits the F. This young chap should be congratulated for having the moral fortitude to act.

Now with regard to the young lady, she needs to take a long hard look at herself.

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I would like to see this guy named and his face plastered across all the newspapers. What an excellent example to set everyone here! He deserves national recognition for what he did.

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Kudos to this young guy!! a true hero! If I was this woman I'd marry him in a blink ;)

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I really think they should put rails on the edges of platforms. I keep seeing these very expensive and fancy wall type barriers with electronic doors that open when trains arrive.

But what I'm talking about is using simple metal pipes as a barrier. Like the ones you find surrounding swings at playgrounds. Most stations would be able to afford this. This would've most likely prevented this accident from happening.

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At some subway lines, they have walls seperating train tracks and homes. That should be expanded to JR train stations also. It prevents accidental falls as well as suicidal jumps.

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Great news to hear that some people in Japan are willing to risk their lives for a complete stranger. And a young one at that. This guy needs a raise or something!

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this girl better give this guy a lot of lovin' for saving her life...

a long time lovin'...

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For once, a train story of heroism rather than lechery. Sounds like the beginning of a J-drama.

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Kudos to the man who saved the drunken woman from dismemberment or death. Nihon de otoko wa tsurai yo.

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But damn, if you are so drunk that you fall onto train tracks, you've got it coming to you

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Holy fright!! Kudos to that young man!

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Nice job guy! A real life hero. I hope the girl learns that drunk people and trains dont mix

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