Anger as Network Rail warned over crossing 'months' before fatality

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.

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Anger over rail crossing death

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.