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‘I was gobsmacked’: Guide dog crushed by commuters

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A man has hit out at public transport etiquette in Melbourne after he was forced to physically keep people off a train to prevent a seeing-eye dog from being crushed.

The incident happened at Parliament station on Monday.

Brad Deacon told 3AW Mornings commuters kept piling into an already packed train, despite the fact a commuter and their guide dog clearly needed room.

“It was horrific,” he said.

“The people just didn’t give a damn.”

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The same thing happened at Richmond and then Burnley stations.

“It was like it was the last chopper out of Saigon after the Vietnam War,” he said.

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