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Martin Stewart almost lost his life when he fell between a train and platform in Melbourne, and now wants his accident to serve as a warning to the NSW government.
Blind since birth, in 2002 Mr Stewart lost an arm, a leg and part of an ear when he was dragged under the train for 200m.
The train had recently had its guards removed, so there was no one to hear his desperate calls for help.
On Friday, Mr Stewart will join the Rail, Tram and Bus Union at the Fair Work Commission in an attempt to convince the NSW government to fix a design fault on its new intercity fleet.
This article first appeared on www.sbs.com.au
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