RAIB reports

June 2007
Rail Business Intelligence;6/7/2007, Issue 295, p7
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the findings of reports of investigations by Great Britain's Rail Accident Investigation Branch into four potentially hazardous incidents. Most resulted in no injury or significant damage, but in one case a driver was fatally electrocuted near Deal station on July 29 2006. A second report describes two cases of dangerous operation on May 1, 2006 and May 18, 2006 at Crofton Old Station No 1 level crossing near Wakefield, England, where gates are worked by a crossing keeper.


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