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A teen has caught fire during a horror fall at a Queensland train station with the boy rushed to hospital in a serious condition.
Queensland Ambulance said the boy was climbing rail infrastructure when he was electrocuted.
He fell five to 10 metres while on fire, an ambulance spokeswoman said.
The boy fell while climbing railway infrastructure when he was electrocuted. Photo: John McCutcheon / Sunshine Coast Daily.
Emergency services were called to Nambour train station just after 11am.
The teen sustained multiple injuries including burns to his lower body.
He was taken to Sunshine Coast University Hospital in a serious condition.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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