Sister hopes police will learn from mistakes of her brother's death

The sister of a man who went missing and was later struck and killed by a train has said her family had been let down by police.

Jonathan Magee, 29, was killed when he walked in front of a train at Knockmore Bridge near Lisburn on Saturday, 29 January 2011.

Police "apologised unreservedly" to the family for "failings" in the case after a Police Ombudsman report led to eight officers being disciplined over their failed search.

Jonathan's sister, Julie Magee, said she hopes police learn from the tragedy.