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Parents have been sent a chilling warning to keep a close eye on their children at train stations after a little boy was caught on camera falling between a train and platform in Sydney.
CCTV footage captured in February shows the four-year-old boy waiting to board the train with his mum, who is carrying a baby and pushing a pram at Sydenham station.
The boy goes to step onto the train but misses and disappears onto the tracks.
The boy is seen standing with his mum as the train pulls up to the platform. Picture: Sydney Trains/FacebookSource:Facebook
Other passengers desperately start signalling to the conductor while they reach down to pull the boy back up.
Thankfully he was uninjured but the video has been shared as a reminder to parents.
“In the past year, there have been almost 200 incidents involving children on our network — with a lot of those occurring during the school holidays,” Sydney Trains wrote on Facebook.
“With the winter break upon us, this vision is a timely reminder for parents and guardians to keep an eye on their children while travelling on our trains.
“The vision pretty shocking, but thankfully everyone was OK.”
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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