British Transport Police are looking for a couple whose baby could have been killed when its stroller fell on the tracks of the London Underground.
Authorities say that the incident happened on July 23 at the Goodge Street Station, according to the Daily Mail. A man, who was pushing the stroller, left it near the tracks to go retrieve another child in a stroller.
As the child in the stroller waited, a train came along on the nearby tracks. As the train passed, it sucked air behind it. This caused the child's stroller, which must have not had the brake set, to roll onto the tracks.
In the video released by the transport police, a woman can be seen jumping onto the tracks to rescue the fallen baby. She lifts the stroller up and places it back on the platform. Seconds later, another train enters the station.
The authorities are now trying to locate the couple with the child to check on its safety, according to ABC News/Associated Press.