Last edited by lonelyinardwick on Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:54 pm; edited 1 time in total
The victim's family and friends have my deepest sympathy. A death is always tragic, and when it is on duty, it is even more. Also the staff of the two trains mentioned have my deepest sympathy, a death on rails is always a great blow, especially if the victim is a person you know, a collegue. Without knowing the circumstances, I'd nonetheless appeal to all persons who work with railways to have this tragic accident as a remainder for the importance of safety regulations. Inattentiveness kills. Whether it's an ICE at 300km/h or a heritage engine shunting along.
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I can only second that. This is one of the few lines in the UK I travelled, and I know the station well. Sad!
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