Successful Indian Engineer Unfortunately Died Jumping Off Train To Catch iPhone Thief
Karamchand Rameshwar - Nov 07, 2019
A successful engineer, who was currently head of two units at a factory, died after jumping off a train to catch the iPhone snatcher.
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The victim named Saurabh Ghosh is a 27-year-old electrical engineer. On the evening of November 2, Ghosh took the Sambalpur Express to go home. The accident happened when the train reached Uluberia station. The identity of the iPhone snatcher is still unknown at the moment.
Ghosh was sitting by the window and using his iPhone at the back of the compartment. When the train started to leave the platform, a man suddenly ran to his seat, snatched the phone and jumped out of the train to escape.
People sitting nearby recalled that after stunning for a while, Ghosh decided to jump off the train to chase the thief and retrieve his phone. But when he jumped out of the train, his feet touched the ground but his whole body lost balance and fell. Ghosh's head banged against a stone, causing him to become unconscious. Unfortunately, when taken to a nearby hospital, doctors determined that he died on the way.
According to his family, Ghosh is a promising young engineer, who was working in a factory in Calcutta. He was getting quite a lot of success in his career, being the head of two units of the factory at a young age. Reports mention that Ghosh lived in an apartment near his workplace, but that Saturday he took a train to return home to visit relatives. As a modern young man, Ghosh loved technology and bought the iPhone 15 days ago.
The family is hoping to get the phone back, citing it was an important item for his son. The investigating agency also said they are trying to locate the phone and iPhone, in particular, is easier to track.
A few months back, an unfortunate 52-year-old man was run over by a local in Mumbai while he was chasing a smartphone snatcher at the Charni Road Station. The man was later identified as a resident of Goregaon, whose name Shakil Sheikh.