Police say they know the identity of the three women who led a group of pre-school children across a rail track when the red lights were flashing and the gates were down.
The incident, which happened in a Prague suburb, was recorded by Mall.TV which happened to be filming in the area and was placed on YouTube, causing a public outcry.
Police say they have questioned the women, but did not disclose whether charges had been brought against them. Hundreds of people die at Czech rail crossings every year.
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