A teenager's death has been ruled as "misadventure" after he was struck by a train.
Mitchell Rodgers, who was 16, died after he was hit by a 100mph train at Belper Railway Station in Derbyshire.
He had climbed onto the tracks while being chased by police in March 2015.
His family now say they have been "let down" following the inquest yesterday.
The three-day inquest at Derby Coroners' Court heard police had approached Mitchell in the street after receiving reports of a disturbance in a flat in nearby Bridge Street, where a small party was being held.
After being cautioned by officers, Mitchell ran away and was chased by PC Andrew Cocking and PC David Chambers.
Mitchell lowered himself onto the tracks and when PC Cocking saw a "big brown light" approaching and he shouted at him to get off the tracks.
A pathologist concluded that Mitchell died “almost instantaneously” from an extensive head injury.
In September 2015, an Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation into Mitchell’s death found there was “no case to answer for the officers involved”.