A HUNTINGDON railwaywoman saved the life of a depressed hospital patient by stopping her committing suicide under the wheels of a 125mph express train. And last week, 44-year-old new grandmother Teresa Steer was honoured by her employers with two Gold Excellence Awards. Teresa, who lives in Chatteris, was about to go off duty as customer assistant at Huntingdon station when she saw the young woman arrive at the station and was immediately concerned for her welfare. Fearing the worst, she immediately alerted Network Rail controllers, who ordered trains to slow to walking pace. She followed the young woman along the platform, where she was sitting on the platform edge.