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The family of a teenage girl who was killed at a tram crossing in Nottinghamshire say they are shocked and angry that Network Rail were warned of the dangers more than a year before she died.
Lindsay Inger was hit by a tram in Hucknall in November. Now it has emerged rail experts gave warnings about the layout of the crossing 14 months before she lost her life. Chris Halpin reports.
The foster mother of Lindsey Inger has spoken of her 'perfect girl', in an interview with ITV News Central.
Marlene Starling said the pain of losing Lindsey is worse knowing her death could have been prevented. She described Lindsey as 'a safety conscious girl'.
Railway safety expert and former chief operations manager for London Midland, Peter Rayner, has told ITV News that the level crossing where Linsey Inger was killed, was 'structurally unsafe'.
ITV News has learned that Network Rail was warned someone could die at a level crossing in Nottingham months before a teenage girl was killed there.
13-year-old Lindsey Inger died at the crossing on Hucknall Road 15 months after two highly respected engineers warned Network Rail about its layout.
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The families of those killed at a rail crossing in Nottinghamshire are calling for an inquiry after warnings were given before a girl died.
The transport union, the TSSA want an inquiry into the way in which level crossing danger is assessed.