Ian Prosser, director of railway safety at the Office of Rail Regulation, said: "The derailment near Grayrigg was a devastating and preventable incident which has had long-term consequences for all involved.
"It tragically caused the death of Mrs Masson, and shattered the lives of others. My thoughts are with Mrs Masson's family and all those injured and affected by this horrific incident."
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