The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) have released an initial report into the causes of the recent fatal tram accident in Croydon on 9 November 2016. The accident, which cost the lives of seven people and seriously injured another 51, is one of the most serious rail accidents in London since the Moorgate accident in 1975. Initial reports and the RAIB For those unfamiliar with the way the RAIB works, it is worth noting that their reports are not intended to allocate blame or liability. ...
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