The conductor allegedly forced the vendor Mohamed Eid, 23, to jump out of the train along with his colleague Ahmed Samir, 25, after they told him they had no money. The conductor reportedly confessed to forcing the victims out of the train during police investigations. However, he pleaded not guilty during Public Prosecution investigations that started on Monday. The conductor of the train Alexandria to Aswan was turned in to the police the same day. Eyewitnesses and preliminary police investigations said that the two victims refused to pay the tickets, so the conductor forced them to jump off the train while it was moving.
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Amr Salahi. Date of publication: 29 October, A young Egyptian man was killed on Monday and another wounded after a ticket inspector forced them to jump from a moving train, in an incident which has caused huge anger in the country. Twenty three-year-old Mohammed Eid and an unnamed companion were stopped by a ticket inspector on the train from Alexandria to the southern city of Luxor. When the inspector found that they did not have tickets and couldn't pay for them, he ordered them to jump off the moving train. After complying with the order, Mohammed fell under the wheels of the train and was killed instantly. His companion was wounded. Both of the young men were transported immediately to a hospital in the city of Tanta. The injured youth's leg was amputated.
Egyptian killed after being forced to jump off moving train by ticket inspector
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