The girl, who was hit by train in Adelai Adelaide
A teenage girl struggles for her life after she had been hit by a train at the southwestern train station in Adelaide, and emergency services work to save her. Police and ambulance departed on Thursday at Woodlands Park Rail Station in Edwardstown after news that a pedestrian had been struck. The local police were the first to arrive at the place and provided first aid until the paramedics came and emergency services worked to free the girl from the train. The girl was taken to the hospital in critical condition, now her health is getting better. The railway line was closed for a while, but has already reopened.