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Passengers Shove Train to Elicit Woman

Dozens of Japanese train passengers pressed a 32-ton train wagon away from the platform to free a woman who had go down into the 20-centimeter (eight-inch) gap between the train and platform during the hectic morning rush hour Monday. The act of great courage was capture by a newspaper photographer, whose photo of the release ran in the Yomiuri daily's evening publication. A public declaration that a passenger was fascinated encouraged about 40 people to join train officials to press on the wagon, whose suspension system allows it to bend over to either side, according to the Yomiuri newspaper, Japan's major daily. The anonymous woman in her 30s was then pulled out uninjured to approbation from onlookers at JR Minami-Urawa station, just north of Tokyo. After just an eight-minute holdup, the train went on its way.

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