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Boris Johnson: Fatal train derailment must never happen again

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Boris Johnson: Fatal train derailment must never happen again

Boris Johnson: Fatal train derailment must never happen again

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the fatal train derailment inAberdeenshire must “never happen again” as he paid tribute to the victims.Three people have died in the train derailment in Aberdeenshire with sixpeople also injured.


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Aberdeenshire Aberdeenshire Council area of Scotland

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A minute’s silence has been held ahead of the recovery of the first carriagefrom the site of the fatal train crash near Stonehaven. Train driver BrettMcCullough, 45, conductor Donald Dinnie, 58, and passenger ChristopherStuchbury, 62, died when the 6.38am Aberdeen to Glasgow Queen Street ScotRailservice derailed in Aberdeenshire after hitting a landslip on August 12following heavy rain. Workers at the site and members of the emergencyservices took part in the minute’s silence on Thursday morning. A 600-tonnecrawler crane is being used to lift the derailed carriages from the railwayline.

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Investigators continue to work at the scene near Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire,following the derailment of a ScotRail train which cost the lives of threepeople on Wednesday August 12.

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Inspections are to be carried out across parts of the country’s rail networkdeemed at risk of flash flooding to avoid a repeat of Wednesday’s trainderailment in Aberdeenshire. Network Rail will inspect trackside slopes aspart of a Government-ordered review after a landslip during heavy rain andflooding is suspected to have played a part in the incident near Stonehaven.

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