A railway guard accused of causing the death of a teenager who fell under a train was convicted of manslaughter today.
Christopher McGee, 45, gave the signal for the driver to depart as Georgia Varley, 16, was leaning against the carriage.
The sixth-form college student, who was drunk on a night out in Liverpool with friends, fell between the train and the platform at the city's James Street station in October last year.
McGee will be sentenced tomorrow and has been told to expect a custodial sentence.
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