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Police appeal for new information about Trimley train crossing crash involving baby

PUBLISHED: 13:40 02 August 2018

The wreckage of the car after the accident at Trimley St Martin  Picture: GEMMA MITCHELL

The wreckage of the car after the accident at Trimley St Martin Picture: GEMMA MITCHELL

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British Transport Police (BTP) are appealing for new information about the incident at the Thorpe Lane level crossing in June.

Police at the scene of the crossing accident in Trimley St Martin  Picture: GEMMA MITCHELLPolice at the scene of the crossing accident in Trimley St Martin Picture: GEMMA MITCHELL

A car was struck by a train at Thorpe Lane level crossing Shortly after 11am on June 9.

The occupants of the vehicle, a man and a child were taken to hospital for assessment but were later discharged.

A spokesman for BTP said: “Today, officers investigating this collision are appealing for fresh witnesses to get in touch.

“In particular, they are looking to speak with a cyclist seen near to the level crossing at the time of the impact.

“Likewise, anyone who saw a grey Peugeot 307 outside the Hand in Hand public house in Trimley St Martin shortly before the collision should get in touch.”

Anyone with information should contact BTP by sending a text to 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 222 of 09/06/2018.

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