SCHOOLGIRL MEGAN'S BRILLIANT SAFETY WARNING AT BUSY VICTORIA STATION HAS SLASHED INJURIES

Megan has helped reduce the 15 injuries per month on the escalators at London's Victoria Station. Her message has played over the PA system over the last six months, cutting injuries by two thirds.

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