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Two Melbourne train stations are closed due to flooding as a thunder storm moves across the city.
A woman also spent 40 minutes with her leg trapped between a tram and a platform in South Yarra before she was rescued.
Metro Trains says Blackburn station is closed on Wednesday due to flooding in the subway, meaning inbound trains can't pick up passengers.
Burnley station is also closed to all trains due to flooding.
A severe weather warning is in place for most of Victoria with damaging winds and thunderstorms due to clear by the afternoon.
Hail and rain landed in Melbourne during peak hour as the storm moved across the CBD.
Paramedics were called to Commercial Road in South Yarra at 7.30am when a woman's leg became caught between a tram and the raised platform.
The woman, aged in her 50s, was treated by paramedics and was taken to The Alfred hospital in a stable condition.
This article first appeared on www.theaustralian.com.au
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