Miraculous (Video): Train Hits Baby Stoller – Boy Survives with Only Bump on Head

October 16, 2009

(ChattahBox) — I cringed while watching this but it is amazing this baby was okay.  Security video footage released Friday Oct. 16, 2009 (below) show the mother taking her hands off the three-wheeler baby stroller at just the wrong moment as it suddenly rolls off the edge of a station platform and onto the tracks in front of an oncoming train in Ashburton, Australia. The train pushed the stroller about 130 feet (40 meters) along the tracks as it pulled into Ashburton station in Melbourne’s east on Thursday afternoon.  The six-month-old baby boy whose stroller rolled onto railway tracks in front of an oncoming train has survived with only a bump and a small cut to the head, officials said on Friday.  Luckily, he was strapped into his stroller at the time, which undoubtedly saved his life.

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