I really hope that this story is inaccurate. Reports that a Southeastern Rail Enforcement stated that he didn't care that a black woman was having an epileptic fit and that the delay was all that mattered.
A man desperately sought help as his sister had a seizure on a train was told by a Southestern employee he "did not care" about the issue as it was causing delays.
University student Nichelle Kelleher was travelling home on Monday when she suffered an epileptic fit.
Her brother went to find help but upon coming across an employee says he was to he "did not care as he was holding up the service".
After coming round Nichelle confronts the railway enforcement officer who admits he said he "did not care what he was saying as he was delaying the train".
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