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New footage has been released of Melbourne rail passengers risking serious injury while desperately trying to make it onto trains. One commuter leaps over the Myki barriers, catching his ankle and landing on the edge of the platform. Credit: 7NEWS
Security video, released by Metro Trains, shows people falling down escalators, tripping over Myki barriers and being jammed in the closing doors.
One man runs through the closing door, which traps his foot at he collapses to the ground.
Another commuter leaps over the Myki barriers, catching his ankle and landing on the edge of the platform.
In the past year, there were 1055 avoidable slips and trips across the train network and 176 incidents where the doors were forced open.
One commuter leaps over the Myki barriers, catching his ankle and landing on the edge of the platform. Credit: 7NEWSThe footage has been released by authorities as part of a new campaign against reckless behaviour.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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