Truth behind image of prams at train station

An image of several prams lined up at a train station in Poland has blown many away with the heartwarming gesture revealed.

More than 1.3 million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion began, and most of those leaving are mothers, children and infants.

These families have been making their way to neighbouring countries such as Poland, Moldova, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia, Fox News reports.

Yet even with the grimness of war, gestures of kindness are bringing some light to the lives of those refugees crossing borders.

In Poland, mothers have been donating fully outfitted prams and strollers, leaving them at the train station in border city Przemysl.

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These are intended for the Ukrainian mums with young children to pick up as they arrive with little or nothing in the way of practical supplies from their home country.

In a startling image taken by photographer Francesco Malavolta, a row of strollers is shown placed on the platform of a Polish train station.

The strollers, in some cases, are filled with supplies such as warm blankets and other items the children may need.

Photographer Francesco Malavolta told Fox News Digital in an email on Monday that he took this photo “at the Przemysl train station, where some Polish mothers and [groups] leave strollers for Ukrainian mothers arriving with newborns”.

He shared the image on Twitter which has been commended by many around the world.

“That is so cool and great. I’m glad people are treating everyone so well,” one person commented.

He also took another image of a mum with two young children; the woman had to leave her husband behind in Ukraine.

The images depict acts of generosity for those affected by the invasion.

The Polish Press Agency on Sunday tweeted that Poland’s Border Guard has said one million refugees “fleeing the war in Ukraine have now fled to Poland”.

Another tweet from Monday said: “Traffic on the Polish-Ukrainian border is growing … Today at 7am, 42,000 people arrived in Poland from Ukraine.”

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland has created a hotline for travellers that conveys help and advice on crossing borders, that website reported.

“Due to the state of emergency … The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland launched a hotline for travellers. Please call +48 22 5238880 for help and advice on crossing borders,” Poland.travel shared with readers.

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