A teenage girl was mown down by a train as she chatted on her mobile phone in front of horrified commuters.
Pratiksha Natekar miraculously survived the impact and was pulled uninjured from the tracks.
The 19-year-old can be seen in CCTV trying to get on to the busy platform as the large train starts pulling in.
She is unaware of the noise of the locomotive as she is chatting to a friend on her mobile phone with her earphones in.
Pratiksha suddenly becomes aware of the danger and tries to veer towards the platform, but realising she doesn't have enough time to climb on to it before the train arrives, she changes direction.
She is knocked flat on her face and the train passes over her.The teen she runs out of time to cross to the other side, panics and simply turns away from the train as it hits her from behind.
The waiting commuters do not have enough time to save her and can only watch in horror as she disappears under the middle of the locomotive.
But despite their fears she had been killed, the woman was pulled almost uninjured from beneath the train.
Her only wound was a cut near her left eye.
Railway police inspector Ashok Bhorade said: "As she was busy over the phone, she didn't hear a goods train thundering down the tracks.
"When she suddenly looked up the train had already reached her. She panicked and ran first towards the platform and then straight into the train."
Ms Natekar was taken to Rajawadi Hospital in Mumbai but she is not thought to have been seriously injured.