Merseyrail guard told teenager "paid for his criminal negligence with her life"
A Merseyrail guard has been told a teenager "paid for his criminal negligence with her life" after she fell to her death between the train and the platform at Liverpool's James St station. Christopher McGee was today jailed for five years for causing the death of 16 year old Georgia Varley.
He had signalled for a train to move when Georgia was leaning against the carriage.
McGee showed no emotion as a judge passed his sentence. told him Georgia had paid with her life for his "appalling disregard" for her safety. Our correspondent Rachel Townsend reports:
The father of a teenager killed after falling between a train and the platform at James Street station in Liverpool has given his reaction to after a rail guard was jailed. Christopher McGee was handed 5 years for manslaughter by gross negligence. Click here for the full story.
A train guard convicted of causing the death of a teenager has been jailed for five years. Christopher McGee was found guilty of the manslaughter of Georgia Varley. She fell under a train at Liverpool's James Street station. Rob Smith reports.
Family of Georgia Varley speak out as guard found guilty of manslaughter
A train guard has been found guilty of manslaughter after the death of a 16 year old girl at a station in Liverpool. Georgia Varley was on a night out with friends when she fell between a train and the platform.
45 year old Christopher McGee, who gave the signal for the train to set off, had denied the charges, saying he hadn't known she was in danger. Our Merseyside Correspondent Andy Bonner reports