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Dec 05 2016 (09:10)  Man in his 90s hit by train near Kalwa, survives (epaperbeta.timesofindia.com)
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A nonagenarian had a miraculous escape after he was hit by a local train near Kalwa on Sunday afternoon.
Hilal L G Patil, a Dhule resident, was found near Kalwa station after passersby informed the railway police about a man having been hit by a train that had left a few minutes ago.
Patil, who is a farmer, had come to stay with his daughter in Ulhasnagar recently following his wife's death.“The man was found injured along the tracks. The train might have been running slow as it was nearing the station. It
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is a miracle that Patil survived the hit. He has sustained injuries to his head and limbs,“ said a Thane railway police official.
Patil was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was administered first aid and his relatives informed. Patil's grandson P Mahajan, who works with the Navi Mumbai police, said his grandfather has no ailments except that he is short of hearing. Family members said they were unaware how Patil landed on the tracks.
“I got a call from the railway police on Sunday and was surprised to know that my grandfather was at Kalwa station. We will try to understand why he was there once he returns home,“ said Mahajan. Patil has been admitted to a private hospital in Navi Mumbai.

  
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Unfortunate incident....
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