Grandfather speaks at level crossing hearing

A man whose wife and seven-year-old grandson died on a tram crossing in Nottinghamshire has today given evidence at a hearing in front of MPs on the Transport Select Committee.

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Meeting held over rail crossing in Nottingham

The crossing where the accident happened Credit: ITV Central

A public meeting is being held to discuss the safety around a railway crossing in Bestwood Village in Nottingham.

Last month, 13-year-old Lindsey Inger was killed there as she walked her friends home.

Hucknall West Councillor, Chris Baron has organised the meeting, along with Lindsey's mum, Marlene Starling.

Representatives from Network Rail and Nottingham Express Transit, who run the tram network in the city, will be present at the meeting.

Mr Baron and Lindsey's mum want to find a solution to the problems with the crossing.

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