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Men have been punched and thrown onto the train tracks during a frightening brawl that broke out at a train station in Sydney's west.
Footage of the fight, which was posted to World of Lads Facebook group on Tuesday, showed about 30 men throwing punches at Rooty Hill train station, which is about 42km west of Sydney's centre.
In the footage, men can be seen dangerously close to the edge of the platform, before they're punched and thrown onto the tracks as trains fly past.
Men are pushed from the platform and thrown down onto the train tracks below in the sickening footage
One man in a red t-shirt is seen falling onto the train tracks after he is pushed by another man
A train conductor can be heard warning the men to steer clear of the yellow line, as train horns blare loudly in the background.
Since the video was uploaded to Facebook on Tuesday, it has been viewed 14,000 times, with thousands more comments and shares.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Police for comment.
More than 30 people appeared to be involved in the brawl at Rooty Hill train station
Onlookers stand to the side as the brawl happens in front of them at Rooty Hill train station
The brawl broke out at Rooty Hill train station (pictured), about 42km west of Sydney's centre
This article first appeared on www.dailymail.co.uk
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