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A Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) report has now been released into the incident, in which a number of concerns are raised.
A number of other factors raised by the report include the "poor application" of safety critical communication protocols in some training material, and improving the communication surrounding the characteristics of road vehicles needing | The user-worked crossing near Station Road, Bagillt PICTURE: RAIL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION BRANCH | The lorry involved in a near miss with a fast-moving train near Bagillt
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch immediately launched a probe into the incident, with inspections of the scene and the train being carried out.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) immediately launched a probe into the incident, with inspections of the scene and the train being carried out to determine the cause of the out-of-control vehicle.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch immediately launched a probe into the incident to determine the cause of the out-of-control vehicle.
A report by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) said the man was unable to hear the train horn sounding until it was "virtually upon him" but managed to move out of the way.
A report from the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) published yesterday said the tram's driver sounded "repeated warnings" with the bell.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) said a third track worker was "very close to being struck" and required treatment for shock.
According to the Rail Accident Investigation Branch, the smash was only avoided after a quick-thinking Metrolink driver slammed on his brakes.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch made 15 recommendations after probing the 2016 tragedy, which also injured 51.
"This incident is not currently being treated as suspicious and the Rail Accident Investigation Branch has been informed."