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Rail operator Metro Trains will fight charges it allegedly committed two safety breaches that contributed to the death of a Melbourne teenager at a train station.
Metro has been charged with two safety breaches in connection to the death of Mitchell Callaghan, 18, who fell in February 2014 in the gap between a platform and a departing train at Heyington station in Toorak.
Counsel for Metro appeared before Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Tuesday and said the operator planned to call three experts as part of its defence at a committal hearing.
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