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QUAKERS Hill Police are urging parents to be aware of where their children are and what items they may have in their possession, following the heft of several rail detonator.
The police said that other property have recently been stolen from Rail Corp and are worried that children could be badly hurt by using the detonators.
"As reported in the media, a 15 year old male sustained critical injuries to his body, especially his hand, after handling a rail detonator which exploded while in his bedroom at home on Saturday, June 30,'' a police officer said.
"Police are currently working with Rail Corp to ensure more stringent safety measures are put in place, minimising public access to rail detonators and other rail corp equipment.''
"If parents or any member of the public receive information about the location or distribution of these detonators or find one please do not touch or tamper with the device.
"Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Quakers Hill Police Station on 9678 8999.''
This article first appeared on blacktown-advocate.whereilive.com.au
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