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A six-month-old baby had a miraculous escape when his pram was struck by a suburban train in Melbourne's east on Thursday.
The baby's pram rolled off a platform at Ashburton railway station about 4pm (AEDT) and into the path of an oncoming train that pushed it some 30 metres along the track.
Emergency services personnel who rushed to the station found the six-month-old being cared for by his distraught mother, said Ambulance Victoria paramedic Jon Wright.
"Fortunately the train was slowing as it pulled into the station," Mr Wright said in a statement.
Originally posted by whatukno
Kicking in ATS Auto Translate Keyword = Pram (boop boop boop) Word found = Stroller
That is an absolute miracle.