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A South African woman is in a critical condition after she was hit by two trains as she tried to cross a railway track in Pretoria.
A spokesman for the Pretoria Ambulance Service says the 50-year-old woman was knocked down by a commuter train and fell on the line going in the other direction.
Railway security guards called an ambulance but did not move her.
When the ambulance crew approached, she was run over by the second train, which severed her leg and caused severe head injuries.
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