This is the shocking moment a pushchair is battered and its contents flung around after crashing into a passing freight train.
The dramatic footage captured on CCTV shows the aftermath of a buggy left unattended and without its brakes on.
The alarming video clip has been released as a warning message to parents and anyone looking after children to take extra care on station platforms.
Thankfully a toddler was not in the pushchair at the time.
The slipstream caused by the moving freight train results in the stroller rolling towards the edge of the platform.
On contact with the high-speed train the buggy and shopping bags are mangled and sent flying onto the tracks and platform.
The incident was recorded at Nuneaton railway station.
The rail safety board is reminding passengers to keep hold of their personal possessions be it luggage or buggies and using any brakes or other safety measures while waiting for trains.
The Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) is working with the rail industry to review its passenger awareness campaigns on station safety, including with the Rail Delivery Group who are specifically looking at the issue of trains passing through platforms.
RSSB’s lead human factors specialist Paul Leach said: “The best way of keeping you, your children and your belongings safe is to keep hold of your pram, fully applying the brake where possible.
“We know that anyone looking after children will have their hands full and may feel they can’t keep an eye on everything and everyone at once.
"But the CCTV at Nuneaton shows just how important it is to keep control of a pushchair.
“For its part, the rail industry will always want to work to make things safer for passengers.
"We are working closely with Network Rail, passenger and freight train operators and other rail bodies on the issues.
"Our research on aerodynamic risks have informed better standards for companies to follow, to help reduce risk to passengers on trains and on stations.”
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