Man killed by two trains unidentified after nine years

A man killed after being hit by two separate trains on the outskirts of Melbourne has still not been identified - nine years after his death.

The man, believed to be between 20 and 30 years old, was standing in front of a stationary train at Pakenham Railway Station on August 14, 2008, when the train began to move and struck him down. 

While the first driver didn't notice the man, the driver of a second train which appeared 10 minutes later did - though it was too late to avoid hitting him again.

He was found with no identification, and police fingerprint checks gave no information.

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A man killed after being hit by two separate trains nine years ago remains unidentified (pictured is a digital recreation of his face)

A man killed after being hit by two separate trains nine years ago remains unidentified (pictured is a digital recreation of his face)

Despite a substantial campaign to identify the man, police were never able to find any information and therefore have been unable to notify his family. 

Chilling CCTV footage taken just moments before he stepped onto the train tracks shows the man board the stationary train and put his head in his hands.

He then takes a few steps backwards and

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