A schoolboy named Rohan (18) died while taking pictures from a moving train in Chuadanga. He died on the way to Dhaka from Chuadanga around 10:30 pm on Monday. Earlier, Rohan fell from a moving train when the Khulna-bound Nakshikantha Express train reached between Belgachhi and Farmpara in Chuadanga town at around 6 pm yesterday.
He was later rescued by locals and admitted to Chuadanga Sadar Hospital. The injured Rohan is the son of CNG driver Raihan and a 10th class student of Uthli Secondary School in Clubpara of Senerhuda village in Uthli union of Chuadanga Jivannagar upazila.
Witnesses said that yesterday afternoon when the Khulna-bound Nakshikantha Express train reached a place between Belgachhi and Farmpara in Chuadanga town, I saw a person fall from the moving train. Later I rescued him and brought him to Chuadanga Sadar Hospital.
Although the identity could not be ascertained at first, the family members rushed to the hospital after receiving the news through social media.
Chuadanga Sadar Hospital emergency department doctor on duty. Nur Jahan Rumi said that the teenager was injured in different parts of his body including his head. Bleeding through the ears. He has been referred to Dhaka with first aid.
Rohan and his family members left Chuadanga for better treatment at Dhaka Medical College Hospital around 9:30 pm on Monday.Ambulance driver Rashed said his condition deteriorated when he reached Hatgopalpur in Jhenaidah district. From there he was taken to Jhenaidah Sadar Hospital where the on-duty doctor declared him dead.
Citing the family of the deceased, local journalist Russell Hossain Munna said, “My house is next to the house of the deceased Rohan.” He used to travel to Chuadanga by train to take pictures.
Today I was taking pictures on the way home by train. At that moment, his hand fell on the traffic sign. He added that his mother is an expatriate.Dad is a CNG driver. Rohan used to live with his father. When the body reached the house around 12 pm, the relatives broke down in tears.
Chuadanga Sadar Police Station OC Mahbbur Rahman said the handcuffs fell on the moving train at the traffic signal. Later the locals rescued him and he is not in the hospital. He died on the way to Dhaka at night.