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A GIRL'S arm was severed when she was hit by a tram in Melbourne's south-east this morning.
Metropolitan Ambulance Service spokesman James Howe said the girl, 13, was trapped under the tram on St Kilda Road, near Carlisle Street in St Kilda, for about 10 minutes around 11am.
He said the girl's right arm was severed and she suffered excessive blood loss.
"It's a horrific accident," he said.
"She was in shock and just screaming when paramedics arrived.
"They worked on her frantically before transporting her to the Royal Children's Hospital in a serious condition."
Police are investigating the accident.
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