77-year-old man killed after car hit by train in North Yorkshire

The damaged vehicle

The damaged vehicle

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A 77-year-old man has died in a collision between a train and a car in North Yorkshire.

The incident was reported to British Transport Police and North Yorkshire Police at about 9.15am on the line at the Ivy Lea rail crossing at Scampston, near Malton.

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A spokeswoman for British Transport Police said emergency services were currently at the scene.

She said: "Sadly the driver of the car, who is believed to be a 77-year-old local man, has died.

The Northern Echo:
Passengers are moved to another train

"The train involved was the 8.48am Scarborough to Liverpool Lime Street TransPennine Express Service. There have been no reported injuries to passengers on the service though the driver of the service is being treated for shock."

Pictures: John Oxley (@yorkarchaeology)


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2:36pm Wed 7 May 14

cromwell1599 says...

Seven photos ? A bit OTT.
Seven photos ? A bit OTT. cromwell1599
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