TRAIN CARRIAGE AT THE SCENE OF POTTERS BAR RAIL CRASH IS REMOVED
Original caption: The wrecked train carriage that was wedged beneath the platform roof at Potters Bar Railway Station is removed by crane in Hertfordshire, May 14, 2002. A preliminary report issued by crash investigators has stated that a faulty set of rail points is the most likely cause for last week's train disaster in which seven died and over 90 people were injured. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
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