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Wrong train proves to be 'fatal' for foreign tourist

DNJAI84039 | 1/3/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :242 | City-Jaipur



Jaipur: A small mistake proved fatal for a tourist from Netherlands on Tuesday. Erik Johannes (54), after spending New Year at Ranthmabhore Tiger Reserve, Sawai Modhopur, was probably heading to Agra by train. However, he and another tourist boarded the wrong train and when they realised their mistake the train had started moving.
Instead of pulling the chain or alerting the authorities, they both jumped off the train and in the process Erik suffered head injury that proved fatal.
On Tuesday, a shocking incident occurred at the station when a foreign tourist died after sustaining a head injury. The tourist was jumping off a moving train when he got hit on the head and died as a result of the injury. Turn to P4People cross trac
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