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'I'm just braving it out'- the people who no longer feel safe getting the tram in Radcliffe

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On Sunday night a 15-year-old boy was attacked at the Radcliffe Metrolink station. He had been assaulted with a sharp weapon, causing a deep cut to his head, in a disturbance involving two large gangs of youths. READ MORE: Manchester restaurant in 'religious diet' row after refusing to refund customer's deposit It has been described as 'targeted and isolated incident' by Transport for Greater Manchester.

But just last month a 17-year-old boy was repeatedly beaten by a gang of youths on the Bury line - getting off at Radcliffe to escape the assault.

And in August, 'mindless vandals' smashed up windows of a tram in the town. In response to these incidents, the M.E.N. took a trip to the Radcliffe ask passengers one simple question: do

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