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15 August 2023 — News story
Pedestrian struck by a train at Lady Howard footpath and bridleway crossing, Surrey, 21 April 2022 – reopening of RAIB’s investigation.
8 August 2023 — News story
Overspeed incidents at blanket emergency speed restrictions between Stirling and Perth, Scotland, 15 July 2023.
8 August 2023 — Press release
RAIB has today released its report into a near miss with two track workers at Penkridge, Staffordshire, 10 July 2022.
3 August 2023 — Press release
RAIB has today released its report into a collision between two freight trains at Loversall Carr Junction, Doncaster, 5 July 2022.
27 July 2023 — Press release
RAIB has today released its report into an embankment washout under a passenger train at Haddiscoe, 30 January 2022.
10 July 2023 — Press release
RAIB has today released its report into a train overspeeding at Spital Junction, Peterborough, 17 April 2022.
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