Surgeons have saved the left leg of a six-year-old girl who fell into the path of a Light Rail Transit train. After a three-hour operation on Sau Ling-yin, a team at Tuen Mun Hospital successfully mended severe fractures with steel bars and reconnected nerves and tendons. However, more surgery is expected to be needed. The girl was conscious yesterday and in a stable condition. Ling-yin was with her mother on the platform at Goodview Garden, Castle Peak, on Saturday morning when she slipped into the path of an approaching train. Her parents were too distressed to talk about the incident. An LRT spokesman said open platforms were safe but passengers should stay behind the yellow lines when trains approached.