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Children risking their lives on railway lines in Kent

By Nicola Everett

A new campaign has been launched in Kent to try and stop young people trespassing on railway lines in the county.

KentOnline's been told over the past 12 months there have been 22 cases in Swale, 15 in Thanet and 12 in Medway.

A new film's being posted on social media to try and get the message across about the dangers of the live rail.

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