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Great Barton/Thurston: Man killed at Cattishall level crossing named as 42-year-old Adrian Smith from Thurston

PUBLISHED: 17:57 08 April 2014 | UPDATED: 17:57 08 April 2014

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The man who died after being hit by a train at the Cattishall level crossing in Great Barton two weeks ago has been named.

Adrian Smith was killed at the level crossing on Monday, March 24, with the British Transport Police not ruling out the possibility he died in a tragic accident.

The 42-year-old was from Marley Close in Thurston, and an inquest into his death will be formally opened in Ipswich tomorrow.

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