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The Rail Accident Investigation Branch has announced that they will be investigating a fatal accident involving a train driver at Tyseley Train Depot.
At around 20:00 on 14 December 2019, a train driver, who had just left their train after bringing it into the depot, was fatally injured while passing between two trains that were being coupled together on an adjacent line.
The RAIB investigation will identify the events which led to the accident and other factors that were relevant to the working within the depot.
The report will be available in the next few weeks.
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PLEASE NOTE: The trains featured in the above image ARE NOT the ones involved in the accident.
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