A jury has begun deliberations in the trial of a railway guard accused of causing the death of a teenager who fell under a train.
Georgia Varley, 16, died in October last year after falling between a train and the platform at James Street station in Liverpool.
The sixth-form student was drunk and had been leaning on the side of the carriage when the train began to depart, Liverpool Crown Court heard.
Guard Christopher McGee, 45, who gave the signal for the Merseyrail train to set off, denies manslaughter and failing to take reasonable care contrary to the Health and Safety at Work Act.
A railway guard convicted of the manslaughter of a drunk teenager after he signalled for a train to move has been jailed for five years.
A railway guard accused of causing the death of a teenager who fell under a train in Liverpool has been convicted of manslaughter.
The guard accused of the manslaughter of Georgia Varley says he didn't see any reason not to move the train that the teenager fell under