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Public Transport Victoria is looking into another incident involving a mother being separated from her child on Melbourne’s train network.
Witnesses say the mother got her child, who was in a pram, into a train carriage at Burnley Station at around 6pm last night.
However, the doors closed before she could board the train, and she became stranded.
A friend picked her up and took her to Heyington Station, where Protective Services Officers were caring for the baby.
It’s the second case of a baby being separated from a mother on a Melbourne train in three months.
Metro Trains issued warnings to commuters after a similar incident at Southern Cross Station in May.
This article first appeared on www.3aw.com.au
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