Driver 'will not forget' Grayrigg crash
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Grayrigg crash driver: 'I will never forget it'

The driver of a train which crashed in Cumbria has said he "will not forget it" 10 years on.

Network Rail was fined £4m over the Grayrigg crash in which an 84-year-old woman died and 88 people were injured.

Margaret Masson, of Glasgow, died after the Virgin train derailed on the West Coast Main Line in February 2007, after going over a "degraded" set of points.

Driver Ian Black said remembering the event helps him move on.

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