Man denies railway crossing killing

A MAN from Essex has denied the manslaughter of his girlfriend who died when she was struck by a train.

James Hore

A MAN from Essex has denied the manslaughter of his girlfriend who died when she was struck by a train.

Darren Palmer, of Clacton, appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court this morning to enter a not guilty plea following the death of mother-of-two Kelly Mack.

Miss Mack, 29, died following an incident on a crossing at Hythe station, Colchester, on March 27.


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Palmer was remanded in custody and will face trial in early January next year.

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