A 22-year-old commuter had a narrow escape after fainting and falling into the path of a train at Kwun Tong MTR station yesterday, two hours after he donated blood. Fung Kwun-sing, a student at the Kwun Tong Vocational Training Centre, run by Hong Kong Christian Services, escaped serious injury by lying flat beside the track as the train pulled into the station. He was then pulled to safety and taken to United Christian Hospital suffering nothing worse than back pain. Mr Fung was waiting for a Yau Ma Tei-bound train on the Kwun Tong line to take him to his home in Tsuen Wan at 4.15pm. He said he felt weak after donating blood for the first time. His teacher asked two fellow students to accompany him when he left the centre in Tsui Ping Road. Speaking from hospital last night, Mr Fung said: 'I had a dizzy spell and fell to the ground and then rolled down on to the track. My classmates shouted at me that one of my legs was on the tracks. I still felt dizzy but I managed to move my leg. I then lay flat when the train arrived.' An MTR spokeswoman said services on the Kwun Tong line were disrupted for nine minutes.