Tram crash victim 'badly treated' by TfL
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Croydon tram crash victim 'badly treated' by TfL

A victim of the Croydon Tram crash believes he has been "badly treated" by Transport for London in the aftermath of the accident.

Patrick Freeman, 62, was aboard the tram which crashed moments before it reached Sandilands Junction on 9 November 2016.

To date, he has received £2,000 from Transport for London (TfL) but has been out of work since the accident.

He said: "That's all I've had since. I don't think it's very fair what they've done."

  • 20 Feb 2017
  • From the section England