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WATCH: Commuters tip train cars to aid trapped man

WATCH: Commuters tip train cars to aid trapped man

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SYDNEY (AP) — Dozens of people have helped rescue a fellow commuter in Australia by pushing against train carriages to free the man whose leg had slipped between the platform and the train.

Closed-circuit footage released by the Western Australia State Public Transport Authority showed the man lost his footing while boarding the train at a station in the city of Perth. The footage shows dozens of people rushing to help tilt the carriages to free the man’s leg.

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