In Filmed Stunt Boy Sees Brother Die While Leaning Out Of Moving Train In Filmed Stunt Near Malvern Station
June 15, 2014 by staff
In Filmed Stunt Boy Sees Brother Die While Leaning Out Of Moving Train In Filmed Stunt Near Malvern Station, A TEENAGER has died in front of his younger brother after leaning out of a moving train in Melbourne’s southeast.
Police said the 17-year-old Beaumaris boy was on the Frankston-bound train with his brother and a girl about 9.20pm yesterday.
The Herald Sun understands the group entered the rear driver’s cabin and leaned out to film themselves while the train was moving.
The teen fell when he was struck by a signalling sign, 200m from Malvern station.
The train driver was unaware what had happened.
The teen is taken from from the scene.
Acting Sergeant Andrew Kiss described it as a tragic accident that would affect his family and friends.
“It appears he may have been hanging on the side of the train or from the train when his head hit the signage,” he said.
He said the accessibility to the rear doors would now form part of the coroner’s investigation.
“All I can say is, ‘don’t do it’,” he said.
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