Our thoughts are with the parents of Emma Lifsey and their loved ones at this very difficult time.
We will be doing everything possible in the days ahead to assist the investigation into identifying the cause of this tragic incident.
Work is continuing this morning to move the train from the incident site to allow normal services to start running again.
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