Tyne and Wear Metro driver Chris Wray talks to Richard Wilson about the dangers of obstructing train doors.
The operator of the Tyne and Wear Metro has launched a new safety campaign to try and stop passengers from obstructing train doors.
Nexus say thousands of incidents occur each year where passengers try to prevent the doors from closing.
Nexus, the operator of the Tyne and Wear Metro, has released a CCTV showing people obstructing train doors.
The first clip features a woman who got her arm trapped in a train door at Jarrow Metro Station.
The operator of the Tyne and Wear Metro has launched a new campaign aimed at encouraging passengers not to obstruct train doors.
Nexus said there are 20,000 incidents each year where passengers attempt to stop the doors closing.
The campaign comes in response to a Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) report involving an incident at Jarrow Metro Station last year. A woman's arm became trapped in the doors and she was dragged along the platform. Passengers raised the alarm and the driver was forced to stopped the train.