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Father Throws Himself, His Wife, And Baby Onto Train Tracks After Realizing ‘Train To Austria’ Was Taking Them To Refugee Camp

#1 Budapest Railway

Several urgent transients immersed Budapest's fundamental railroad station toward the beginning of today after Hungarian police pulled back after a two-day standoff, activating tumultuous scenes. Group raged a stationary train, packing youngsters through open windows in the conviction they may venture out west to Austria and Germany. Hungary's fundamental railroad administrator, on the other hand, said there would be no immediate trains leaving for western Europe today. Inside of a couple of hours a train conveying several transients left the railroad station, purportedly destined for Sopron on Hungary's outskirt with Austria.

#2 Migrant Holding Centre

Hungarian police officers wearing protective helmets and carrying truncheons demanded the refugees make their way to a migrant holding centre in the town – leading to clashes with those desperate to start a new life in western Europe.

#3 Protecting His Wife

Hungarian cops wearing defensive protective caps and conveying truncheons requested the outcasts advance toward a vagrant holding focus in the town – prompting conflicts with those urgent to begin another life in western Europ.

#4 Bound For Western Europe

Having at long last been permitted to leave Budapest on load up trains destined for western Europe following a strained two day stand off with police, many evacuees now face further dissatisfaction and deferrals after their train was stopped in the adjacent town of Bicske and every one of those on load up requested off.

#5 Desperate For Freedom

A desperate refugee family were photographed being dragged off an Austria-bound train by Hungarian authorities who wanted to take them away to a migrant holding camp.

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