Security cameras not working where man was pushed under DART train

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Dallas Fire-rescue freed a man who was pushed by some of his group members under the DART Train. According to the police officials, finding that group of people won’t be an easy task because the security cameras at the DART station aren’t working.
 
Police officials are talking to the witnesses who were boarding the train on Monday evening. The victim’s words would be noted to a length. There was hassle among DART passengers who were planning to travel via DART Train at the Morrell Station after the teen was thrown onto the Blue Line tracks by a group of teens.
 
Investigators reported at the station Monday night after a call during rush hour. Dallas Fire-Rescue left no stone unturned to lift the train and remove the boy. He was then taken to the hospital in an unknown condition.
 

A woman who was present at that time said that she saw some teen laughing when the victim was asking for help.
 
DART PD is talking to witnesses. All cameras at the station are working but unfortunately, the camera at Morrell isn’t. This is the only station with a camera problem and the management is trying to figure it out.

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