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13 January 2022 — Press release
RAIB has today released its report into the derailment and fire involving a tanker train at Llangennech, Carmarthenshire, 26 August 2020.
23 December 2021 — Independent report
Collision between a locomotive and a passenger train at Grosmont, 21 September 2021.
22 December 2021 — News story
Preliminary examination into a collision at Burgess Drove user worked crossing, near Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, 9 August 2021.
20 December 2021 — News story
Investigation into a collision between a tram and a pedestrian at Fleetwood Road, Cleveleys, Lancashire, 24 November 2021.
20 December 2021 — Press release
RAIB has today released its report into the runaway and derailment of wagons at Toton, Nottinghamshire, 17 January 2021.
13 December 2021 — Independent report
RAIB has today released its safety digest into a near miss at Forestry user worked crossing, Norfolk, 18 September 2021.
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