Heroic passenger squeezes through narrow gap to rescue baby from under train

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Heroic passenger squeezes through narrow gap to rescue baby from under train” – below is their description.

    A two-month-old baby was rescued from underneath a subway train after a heroic passenger squeezed through the narrow gap between the train and the platform to save him. The baby slipped out of a stroller as his mother was exiting the train in central China’s Hubei province.

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