Woman breaks leg after getting it caught between train and platform at Shibuya station
News On Japan via Japan Today -- Aug 15
A woman in her 20s broke her leg after it got caught between a departing train and the platform at Shibuya Station on Wednesday morning.
According to police, the woman-who had been drinking-rushed to board a train on the Toyoko line at about 5:45 a.m., but the door closed and her left leg fell between the train and the platform, Fuji TV reported. Station staff immediately stopped the train. The woman was taken to hospital to be treated for a broken leg.
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