Witnesses of the fatal train crash in Somerset have said the barriers at the level crossing were lowered when the car drove on to the track.
A spokesman for Network Rail said: "The train driver and First Great Western staff have given a statement to British Transport Police that the barriers were lowered and the car was seen to drive on to the crossing."
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