Berlin (dpa) - A good six weeks after the deadly attack on a child at Frankfurt Central Station, the federal government and the railways have adopted measures for more security at railway stations. This includes an expansion of video surveillance and more presence of security forces at stations, it said from government circles. On July 29, a man had bumped an eight-year-old boy and his mother into an incoming ICE. The child died in the track bed, the mother was able to save herself at the last second.
Crime: Measures for more safety at railway stations
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