A mother was left outside the Jerusalem light rail train while the train drove off with her baby on board, according to a Yeshiva World News report released on Tuesday. The woman first put the baby carriage on the train and then turned around to gather the remainder of her grocery bags which were still outside the train, according to eyewitnesses interviewed by Yated Neeman news. The trains doors closed on the woman's arm, then opened again to release her, and then drove off with the baby still on board. Passengers told media they plan to file a complaint against the driver and accused him of knowing the mother was left outside. According to Yeshiva World News, Citypass, the company that runs the light rail service confirmed the report and is investigating.