For Britain's Network Rail which has finally admitted its guilt in the case of two young girls killed by an express train at a village level crossing in 2005. The Chelmsford Court fined Network Rail 1 million pounds for their negligence and the company's chief executive made apologies to the girls' families. The shocking thing about this case is not so much that the crossing was dangerous but that inspectors' reports calling for its redesign were first ignored and then deliberately withheld as evidence by the company when court proceedings began.


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