A paanwalla trapped underneath an overturned truck in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district was fortunate enough to be rescued quickly after Indian Army men lifted the heavy vehicle with bare hands
In an act that showcases both heroism and luck, a man trapped underneath an overturned truck was rescued after army personnel lifted the heavy vehicle with bare hands.
The incident happened on Nagar-Shirdi road near Rahuri in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district. The tragedy took place on Tuesday after a dumper truck turned turtle on the road side onto a paan stall, trapping the vendor under the truck.
Army personnel lift overturned truck to rescue trapped paanwalla
The locals soon gathered, but instead of trying to rescue the man trapped underneath the truck, called the police and a crane.
An Indian Army bus, transporting personnel belonging to the Brigade of Guards regiment, was passing by and they stopped at the spot after noticing the commotion.
The armymen got off the bus and together lifted the truck with their bare hands. Thankfully, the paan stall vendor had survived and he was immediately taken to the hospital for treatment.
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