British Transport Police (BTP) say two people killed after being struck by a train at a level crossing were "a man in his 80s and a woman in her 70s", and were both from the Lincolnshire village of Cherry Willingham.
BTP said they were continuing to investigate the circumstances but that the incident was "currently being treated as non-suspicious".
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