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Train driver killed at Tyseley depot 'passing between two trains'

The depot
Image caption The trains were being coupled together as the man passed between them, investigators say

A train driver died at a rail depot when he passed between two trains that were being joined together, investigators say.

The man had just got off a train taken into Tyseley Depot, in Birmingham, at about 20:00 GMT on 14 December and was hit on an adjacent line.

Rail Accident Investigation Branch said it was looking to the circumstances around the death.

No-one else was involved and there was no follow-on disruption to services.

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