Ballymoney Train Station Assault Video (Watch Full Video)

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Ballymoney Train Station Assault Video (Watch Full Video)

Ballymoney Train Station Assault Video (Watch Full Video).- Her 14-year-old son was a railway passenger at Ballymoney on Saturday and was not a part of what had happened. What for the young man had been a simple train ride ended up being a nightmare for him and his family.

The violent confrontation was captured on camera, and authorities are asking anyone who saw it to come forward.

Ballymoney Train Station Fight Video

A group of up to 20 people were reportedly fighting on a train within the Seymour Street train station at around 9.45 on Saturday night.

A glass bottle that had leaked onto the platform during the disturbance was hurled, and a 14-year-old child was hurt and had to go to the hospital. His mother informed Belfast Live that he needed to be sedated for treatment.

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The mother of the young victim stated: “When the train doors opened, a bottle was thrown in and it cracked and hit him in the face. My 14-year-old son was on the train.

“He needed to be sedated for the eight stitches he currently has. Because of the trash who caused his scars, he will always have them. It’s upsetting that a 14-year-old child was hurt during the scuffle, according to some sources. He wasn’t squaring off! He was on the train and is traumatized, innocent, and permanently scarred.

“This incident has made me realize that no place is safe for my son to go out for the day on his own, unsupervised. And those involved must face consequences for physically and psychologically permanently hurting an innocent adolescent.

Officers responded to the disturbance to put it under control and issued three people warnings in connection with it, according to PSNI Sergeant Jamie Halligan.

“We are cognizant of the worries raised by this occurrence and the video becoming viral on social media. We are requesting assistance from the public as we continue our investigations.