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12 February 2024 — News story
Near miss involving a track worker and a passenger train near to Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, 4 January 2024.
6 February 2024 — Press release
RAIB has today released its updated report on a pedestrian struck by a train at Lady Howard footpath and bridleway crossing, Surrey, 21 April 2022.
1 February 2024 — Press release
RAIB has today released its report into a train striking debris at Yarnton near Hanborough, Oxfordshire, 10 February 2023.
23 January 2024 — News story
Investigation into a train striking a tree near Broughty Ferry, Angus, 27 December 2023.
Investigation into the fatal injury of a passenger at Stratford London Underground station, 26 December 2023.
22 January 2024 — News story
Near miss involving a freight train driver and a passenger train near to Nottingham station, 1 January 2024.
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