Railway worker killed by train in Lincolnshire named

A railway worker who died when he was hit by a train in Lincolnshire has been named by police.

Scott Dobson, 26, from Stainforth, in Doncaster, was killed on Tuesday when he was working on a track at Sykes Lane, about half a mile from Saxilby station at about 13:55 GMT.

A spokeswoman from Network Rail said the man was a contractor.

British Transport Police said the Rail Accident Investigation Branch are carrying out an inquiry.

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