“Straying onto or playing on or around railway tracks is fraught with danger. Those people who misuse the railway lines are not only putting their own lives at risk, they are also putting the lives of other rail users at risk by doing so.
“The advice here is simple – stay clear of railway stations or halts unless using the train and never ever venture onto the tracks. We would also ask parents to help reinforce these safety messages by discussing rail safety with their children.
“The last thing any of us want is to see is a tragedy on our railways when one could be so easily prevented.”
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