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Network Rail 'truly sorry' for Potters Bar rail crash

Network Rail has been fined £3m for lapses in health and safety that led to the Potters Bar train crash in 2002.

Seven people died when points failures led a high speed train to derail and smash into the station.

Network Rail admitted the charges.

Outside St Albans Crown Court, the company's spokesman P J Taylor said they were "truly sorry".

  • 13 May 2011
  • From the section UK
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