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Teenager hit by a train attends school dance less than a day after crash in Perth, Australia

  • A teenager hit by a train in Perth miraculously attending his school ball 
  • Aung Su had a ‘date to keep’ with Catie, who had bought a stunning red dress
  • He was seen lying on the tracks with blood all over his face just 24-hours earlier
  • Warning: graphic images 

A teenager hit by a train has miraculously attended his school ball less than 24-hours later because he had a ‘date to keep’. 

Aung Su was seriously injured when he was hit by a train in Kenwick, Perth while on his way to get a hair-cut for the ball. 

The 17-year-old was pictured lying on the tracks with blood on his face before paramedics rushed him to the Royal Perth Hospital at 4pm Thursday.

  

Teenager Aung Su (pictured left), who was hit by a train, miraculously attended his school ball less than 24-hours later. He had a ‘date to keep’ with Catie, pictured right.

The Lynwood Senior High School student amazingly was able to leave the hospital less than 24-hours later to attend the school ball, according to 7 News. 

Mr Su miraculously escaped with just cuts to his face and a broken collar-bone, and was pictured at the ball with date Catie – wearing a stunning red dress – and his teacher.

‘I didn’t want to leave my ball date hanging,’ he said.   

Mr Su, 17, is pictured lying on the tracks with blood on his face before paramedics rushed him to the Royal Perth Hospital at 4pm Thursday

Mr Su, 17, is pictured lying on the tracks with blood on his face before paramedics rushed him to the Royal Perth Hospital at 4pm Thursday

‘She (had) brought her dress.’  

The teenager had been running to catch a train on the other side of the tracks, but was hit by a train travelling in the opposite direction.

‘I thought I would be dead,’ he said.

Mr Su warned others to keep and eye on where they are going and avoid using a mobile while crossing the tracks. 

The teenager (pictured) received just a broken collar-bone and cuts to his face. Hehad been running to catch a train on the other side of the tracks, but was hit by a train travelling in the opposite direction.

The teenager (pictured) received just a broken collar-bone and cuts to his face. Hehad been running to catch a train on the other side of the tracks, but was hit by a train travelling in the opposite direction.

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