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In the Moscow metro, a juvenile of fifteen years was propelled beneath a locomotive.

A teenager has miraculously survived after being pushed under a train in the Moscow metro. The incident happened Thursday afternoon at Kievskaya station of the Circle Line.

Surveillance cameras clearly show the timing of the incident. The man first sits on the bench, then slowly approaches the young man who was standing at the edge of the platform and pushes him under the approaching train. Before that, the boy stood calmly and studied the contents of the phone.

The train “covered” the fallen passenger, but, apparently, the boy fell into a recess between the sleepers and was not injured. The passenger who pushed him was immediately pinned down by witnesses to the incident.

According to the press service of the Moscow prosecutor’s office, the detainee is a man born in 1961. His motives are under investigation.

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