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WALKER
RTXMJE5 
April 05, 2004 
Assistant Chief Inspector of railways Steve Walker leaves the Old Bailey in central London, April 5,... 
London, UK 
Assistant Chief Inspector of railways Steve Walker leaves the Old Bailey in central London, April 5,..... 
Assistant Chief Inspector of railways Steve Walker leaves the Old Bailey in central London, April 5, 2004. [Thames Trains received a record fine of two million pounds ($3.70 million) on Monday for health and safety breaches over the Paddington rail crash that killed 31 people and injured more than 400 in October 1999.] 
HODSON
RTXMCDA 
December 10, 2003 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street magistrates court in London, December... 
London, UK 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street magistrates court in London, Dec..... 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street magistrates court in London, December 10, 2003. [Rail firm Thames Trains pleaded guilty on Wednesday to breaching safety laws in a 1999 London train crash that killed 31 people when a Thames Trains commuter train ran through a red light and collided with a Great Western train at Paddington station.] 
HODSON
RTXMCD9 
December 10, 2003 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street magistrates court in London, December... 
London, UK 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street magistrates court in London, Dec..... 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street magistrates court in London, December 10, 2003. [Rail firm Thames Trains pleaded guilty on Wednesday to breaching safety laws in a 1999 London train crash that killed 31 people when a Thames Trains commuter train ran through a red light and collided with a Great Western train at Paddington station.] 
BRITAIN CRASH
RTR8IUS 
December 10, 2003 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street
magistrates court in London, December... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THAMES TRAINS HODSON LEAVES BOW STREET MAGISTRATES
COURT IN LONDON. 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street
magistrates court in London, December 10, 2003. Rail firm Thames Trains
pleaded guilty on Wednesday to breaching safety laws in a 1999 London
train crash that killed 31 people when a Thames Trains commuter train
ran through a red light and collided with a Great Western train at
Paddington station. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

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BRITAIN CRASH
RTR8IU8 
December 10, 2003 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street
magistrates court in London, December... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THAMES TRAINS HODSON LEAVES BOW STREET MAGISTRATES
COURT IN LONDON. 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street
magistrates court in London, December 10, 2003. Rail firm Thames Trains
pleaded guilty on Wednesday to breaching safety laws in a 1999 London
train crash that killed 31 people when a Thames Trains commuter train
ran through a red light and collided with a Great Western train at
Paddington station. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

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BRITAIN CRASH
RTR8IU0 
December 10, 2003 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street
magistrates court in London, December... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THAMES TRAINS HODSON LEAVES BOW STREET MAGISTRATES
COURT IN LONDON. 
Managing Director of Thames trains Michael Hodson leaves Bow Street
magistrates court in London, December 10, 2003. Rail firm Thames Trains
pleaded guilty on Wednesday to breaching safety laws in a 1999 London
train crash that killed 31 people when a Thames Trains commuter train
ran through a red light and collided with a Great Western train at
Paddington station. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

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BRITAIN PADDINGTON REPORT
RTRJQAL 
June 19, 2001 
Lord Cullen holds a copy of his report into the Paddington rail disaster at a press conference in London... 
London, UK 
LORD CULLEN DELIVERS HIS REPORT ON THE PADDINGTON RAIL DISASTER. 
Lord Cullen holds a copy of his report into the Paddington rail disaster at a press conference in London June 19, 2001. An official inquiry into the train crash that killed 31 people in London in October 1999 accused rail network Railtrack of "lamentable" safety failures before the diaster.

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TRANSPORT BRITAIN RAIL
RTRJQ4B 
June 19, 2001 
Robin Kellow holds a photo of his daughter Elaine, who died in the Paddington rail disaster at a press... 
London, UK 
ROBIN KELLOW HOLDS A PHOTO OF HIS DAUGHTER ELAINE WHO DIED IN THE PADDINGTON RAIL DISASTER. 
Robin Kellow holds a photo of his daughter Elaine, who died in the Paddington rail disaster at a press conference in London June 19, 2001. Earlier today, Lord Cullen released an official inquiry into the train crash that killed 31 people in London in October 1999 and accused rail network Railtrack of "lamentable" safety failures before the diaster.

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TRANSPORT BRITAIN RAIL
RTRJQ3E 
June 19, 2001 
The hands of Pam Warren, a survivor of the Paddington rail disaster during a press conference in London... 
London, UK 
THE HANDS OF PAM WARREN A SURVIVOR OF THE PADDINGTON RAIL DISASTER. 
The hands of Pam Warren, a survivor of the Paddington rail disaster during a press conference in London June 19, 2001. Earlier today, Lord Cullen released an official inquiry into the train crash that killed 31 people in London in October 1999 and accused rail network Railtrack of "lamentable" safety failures before the diaster.

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BRITAIN PADDINGTON REPORT
RTRJQ1B 
June 19, 2001 
Tony Knox, a survivor of the Paddington rail disaster, holds a 'wanted' sign for Railtrack's Gerald Corbett... 
London, UK 
TONY KNOX A SURVIVOR OF THE PADDINGTON RAIL DISASTER HOLDS A WANTED SIGN AT A PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Tony Knox, a survivor of the Paddington rail disaster, holds a 'wanted' sign for Railtrack's Gerald Corbett at a press conference in London June 19, 2001. Earlier today, Lord Cullen released an official inquiry into the train crash that killed 31 people in London in October 1999 and accused rail network Railtrack of "lamentable" safety failures before the diaster.

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TRANSPORT BRITAIN RAIL
RTRJQ15 
June 19, 2001 
Lord Cullen holds his glasses at a press conference in London to launch his report on the Paddington... 
London, UK 
LORD CULLEN DELIVERS HIS REPORT ON THE PADDINGTON RAIL DISASTER. 
Lord Cullen holds his glasses at a press conference in London to launch his report on the Paddington rail disaster June 19, 2001. An official inquiry into the train crash that killed 31 people in London in October 1999 accused rail network Railtrack of "lamentable" safety failures before the diaster.

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TRANSPORT BRITAIN RAIL
RTRJQ0L 
June 19, 2001 
Lord Cullen clasps his hands together as he holds a press conference in London to launch his report on... 
London, UK 
LORD CULLEN DELIVERS HIS REPORT ON THE PADDINGTON RAIL DISASTER. 
Lord Cullen clasps his hands together as he holds a press conference in London to launch his report on the Paddington rail disaster June 19, 2001. An official inquiry into the train crash that killed 31 people in London in October 1999 accused rail network Railtrack of "lamentable" safety failures before the diaster.

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TRANSPORT BRITAIN RAIL
RTRJPZV 
June 19, 2001 
Lord Cullen clasps his hands together as he holds a press conference in London to launch his report on... 
London, UK 
LORD CULLEN DELIVERS HIS REPORT ON THE PADDINGTON RAIL DISASTER. 
Lord Cullen clasps his hands together as he holds a press conference in London to launch his report on the Paddington rail disaster June 19, 2001. An official inquiry into the train crash that killed 31 people in London in October 1999 accused rail network Railtrack of "lamentable" safety failures before the diaster.

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CARMICHAEL
RTXJVYR 
July 27, 2000 
Marion Carmichael, whose daughter Jennifer died in last year's Paddington rail crash, wipes away tears... 
London, UK 
Marion Carmichael, whose daughter Jennifer died in last year's Paddington rail crash, wipes away tea..... 
Marion Carmichael, whose daughter Jennifer died in last year's Paddington rail crash, wipes away tears as she weeps behind pictures of victims during a news conference in London July 27, 2000. The first part of the inquiry into the crash that claimed 31 lives ends today. 
BRITAIN
RTR6PRG 
July 27, 2000 
Pam Warren (R), a burns victim of the Paddington rail crash, is comforted by fellow survivor Evelyn Crosskey... 
London, UK 
PADDINGTON RAIL CRASH VICTIM PAM WARREN ATTENDS LONDON PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Pam Warren (R), a burns victim of the Paddington rail crash, is comforted by fellow survivor Evelyn Crosskey after she broke down and was unable to continue her address to a news conference in London July 27, 2000. The first part of the inquiry into the crash last year that claimed 31 lives ends today.

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BRITAIN
RTR6PQR 
July 27, 2000 
Marion Carmichael, whose daughter Jennifer died in last year's Paddington rail crash, wipes away tears... 
London, UK 
RAIL CRASH VICTIM'S MOTHER WEEPS DURING LONDON PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Marion Carmichael, whose daughter Jennifer died in last year's Paddington rail crash, wipes away tears as she weeps behind pictures of victims during a news conference in London July 27, 2000. The first part of the inquiry into the crash that claimed 31 lives ends today.

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CULLEN
RTXJQ4L 
May 10, 2000 
Lord Cullen presides over the Paddington Rail disaster inquiry at Westminster Central Hall in London... 
London, UK 
Lord Cullen presides over the Paddington Rail disaster inquiry at Westminster Central Hall in London..... 
Lord Cullen presides over the Paddington Rail disaster inquiry at Westminster Central Hall in London May 10. As the public inquiry opened into the accident in which 31 people died and 400 were injured, relatives attacked the Director of Public Prosecutions for deciding there was not enough evidence to prosecute any company or individual for the crash near Paddington Station last year. 
BRITAIN PADDINGTON
RTR3ZT0 
May 10, 2000 
Lord Cullen presides over the Paddington Rail disaster inquiry at Westminster Central Hall in London... 
London, UK 
RT HON LORD CULLEN PRESIDES OVER PADDINGTON RAIL DISASTER INQUIRY. 
Lord Cullen presides over the Paddington Rail disaster inquiry at Westminster Central Hall in London May 10. As the public inquiry opened into the accident in which 31 people died and 400 were injured, relatives attacked the Director of Public Prosecutions for deciding there was not enough evidence to prosecute any company or individual for the crash near Paddington Station last year.

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BRITAIN PADDINGTON
RTR3ZR0 
May 10, 2000 
Diane Keelow wipes he eyes as her husband Robin(L) answers questions about their daughter Elaine, who... 
London, UK 
ROBIN AND DIANE KEELOW BREAK DOWN AT PADDINGTON INQUIRY PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Diane Keelow wipes he eyes as her husband Robin(L) answers questions about their daughter Elaine, who died in the Paddington rail disaster, during a news conference at the start of the crash inquiry May 10. As the public inquiry into the accident in which 31 people died and 400 were injured, relatives attacked the Director of Public Prosecutions for deciding there was not enough evidence to prosecute any company or individual for the crash near Paddington Station last year.

KD/PS 
BRITAIN PADDINGTON
RTR3ZQR 
May 10, 2000 
Paddington rail disaster survivor Pam Warren wears a face mask to protect her facial injuries during... 
London, UK 
PAM WARREN WEARS A FACE MASK TO PROTECT HER INJURIES AT PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Paddington rail disaster survivor Pam Warren wears a face mask to protect her facial injuries during a news conference in central London May 10. As the public inquiry opened into the accident in which 31 people died and 400 were injured, relatives attacked the Director of Public Prosecutions for deciding there was not enough evidence to prosecute any company or individual for the crash near Paddington Station last year.

KD/PS 
BRITAIN PADDINGTON
RTR3ZPT 
May 10, 2000 
Paddington rail disaster survivor Pam Warren wears a face mask to protect her facial injuries during... 
London, UK 
PAM WARREN WEARS A FACE MASK TO PROTECT HER INJURIES AT PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Paddington rail disaster survivor Pam Warren wears a face mask to protect her facial injuries during a news conference in central London May 10. As the public inquiry opened into the accident in which 31 people died and 400 were injured, relatives attacked the Director of Public Prosecutions for deciding there was not enough evidence to prosecute any company or individual for the crash near Paddington Station last year.

KD/PS 
BRITAIN PADDINGTON
RTR3ZPG 
May 10, 2000 
Paddington rail crash survivor Pam Warren gestures with her injured hands during a news conference May... 
London, UK 
PADDINGTON RAIL CRASH SURVIVOR PAM WARREN CLASPS HER HANDS AT PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Paddington rail crash survivor Pam Warren gestures with her injured hands during a news conference May 10. As the public inquiry opened into the accident in which 31 people died and 400 were injured, relatives attacked the Director of Public Prosecutions for deciding there was not enough evidence to prosecute any company or individual for the crash near Paddington Station last year.

KD/PS 
BRITAIN PADDINGTON
RTR3ZOB 
May 10, 2000 
Robin Keelow comforts his wife Diane as they display a photograph of their daughter Elaine, who died... 
London, UK 
ROBIN AND DIANE KEELOW BREAK DOWN AT PADDINGTON INQUIRY PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Robin Keelow comforts his wife Diane as they display a photograph of their daughter Elaine, who died in the Paddington rail disaster, during a newss conference at the start of the crash inquiry May 10. As the public inquiry into the accident in which 31 people died and 400 were injured, relatives attacked the Director of Public Prosecutions for deciding there was not enough evidence to prosecute any company or individual for the crash near Paddington Station last year.

KD/PS 
BRITAIN CRASH
RTRRHRC 
October 14, 1999 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) talks October 14, with Judy Bailey (2nd R) of the Transport Police who... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
QUEEN ELIZABETH MEETS MEMBERS OF TRANSPORT POLICE WHO HELPED IN PADDINGTON TRAIN CRASH. 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) talks October 14, with Judy Bailey (2nd R) of the Transport Police who helped in last week's Paddington rail crash. The Queen spent the day meeting members of the emergency services who were all involved in helping in the rail disaster.

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ROYALS
RTXJ8U8 
October 11, 1999 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by Chief Constable David Williams from British Transport Police... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by Chief Constable David Williams from British Transport Po..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by Chief Constable David Williams from British Transport Police looks at flowers left by mourners for those who died in the Paddington rail crash October 11. Police pathologists are continuing to search the wreckage for clues as to the identities of many of the missing victims. REUTERS/Stringer
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ROYALS
RTXJ8U7 
October 11, 1999 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II looks at flowers left by mourners for those who died in the Paddington rail... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II looks at flowers left by mourners for those who died in the Paddington ..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II looks at flowers left by mourners for those who died in the Paddington rail crash October 11. Police pathologists are continuing to search the wreckage for clues as to the identities of many of the missing victims. REUTERS/Stringer
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
ROYALS
RTXJ8U6 
October 11, 1999 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II looks at flowers left by mourners for those who died in the Paddington rail... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II looks at flowers left by mourners for those who died in the Paddington ..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II looks at flowers left by mourners for those who died in the Paddington rail crash October 11. Police pathologists are continuing to search the wreckage for clues as to the identities of many of the missing victims. REUTERS/Stringer
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
BRITAIN CRASH
RTRRDJH 
October 10, 1999 
A member of the public mourns for victims of the Paddington train crash during a memorial service in... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC JOIN A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR PADDINGTON RAIL CRASH VICTIMS. 
A member of the public mourns for victims of the Paddington train crash during a memorial service in the Sainsbury's car park near the crash scene October 10. Police have recovered 30 bodies however they believe the eventual figure could be nearer to 40.

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BRITAIN
RTXJ8Q1 
October 09, 1999 
One of the carriages of the Thames train is lifted from the scene of the Paddington rail crash October... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
One of the carriages of the Thames train is lifted from the scene of the Paddington rail crash Octob..... 
One of the carriages of the Thames train is lifted from the scene of the Paddington rail crash October 9. At least fourty people died in the disaster which is Britain's worst rail crash in forty years. ??» 
CRASH BRITAIN
RTRRDA6 
October 09, 1999 
One of the carriages of the Thames train is lifted from the scene of the Paddington rail crash October... 
London, UK 
CRANE HOISTS CARRIAGE OF THAMES TRAIN ABOVE SITE OF PADDINGTON CRASH. 
One of the carriages of the Thames train is lifted from the scene of the Paddington rail crash October 9. At least fourty people died in the disaster which is Britain's worst rail crash in forty years.

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CRASH BRITAIN
RTRRD9Z 
October 09, 1999 
One of the carriages of the Thames train is lifted from the scene of the Paddington rail crash October... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
A CRANE HOISTS THE CARRIAGE OF THE THAMES TRAIN ABOVE THE SITE OF THE PADDINGTON RAIL CRASH. 
One of the carriages of the Thames train is lifted from the scene of the Paddington rail crash October 9. Thirty people are confirmed dead from the disaster which is Britain's worst rail crash in forty years.

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BRITAIN
RTXJ8MF 
October 08, 1999 
Firecrews work on the wreckage of one of the carriages involved in the Paddington rail disaster, October... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
Firecrews work on the wreckage of one of the carriages involved in the Paddington rail disaster, Oct..... 
Firecrews work on the wreckage of one of the carriages involved in the Paddington rail disaster, October 8. The preliminary enqiury into the disaster has revealed that one of the trains passed a red danger signal some 700 metres before the collision.
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BRITAIN CRASH
RTXJ8LY 
October 08, 1999 
Rescue crews work on the wreckage of the Paddington rail disaster October 8. The preliminary enqiury... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
Rescue crews work on the wreckage of the Paddington rail disaster October 8. The preliminary enqiury..... 
Rescue crews work on the wreckage of the Paddington rail disaster October 8. The preliminary enqiury into the disaster has revealed that one of the trains passed a red danger signal some 700 metres before the collision. REUTERS/Stringer 
BRITAIN CRASH
RTXJ8LX 
October 08, 1999 
Cranes hover above the scene of the wreckage of the Paddington rail disaster October 8. The preliminary... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
Cranes hover above the scene of the wreckage of the Paddington rail disaster October 8. The prelimin..... 
Cranes hover above the scene of the wreckage of the Paddington rail disaster October 8. The preliminary inquiry into the disaster has revealed that one of the trains passed a red signal some 700 metres before the collision.REUTERS/Stringer 
BRITAIN CRASH
RTRRCWJ 
October 08, 1999 
Firecrews work on the wreckage of one of the carriages involved in the Paddington rail disaster, October... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
FIRECREWS WORK ON THE WRECKAGE OF PADDINGTON TRAINS. 
Firecrews work on the wreckage of one of the carriages involved in the Paddington rail disaster, October 8. The preliminary enqiury into the disaster has revealed that one of the trains passed a red danger signal some 700 metres before the collision.

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BRITAIN CRASH
RTRRCWB 
October 08, 1999 
Firecrews work on the wreckage of one of the carriages involve in the Paddington rail disaster October... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
FIRECREWS WORK ON THE WRECKAGE OF PADDINGTON TRAINS. 
Firecrews work on the wreckage of one of the carriages involve in the Paddington rail disaster October 8. The preliminary enqiury into the disaster has revealed that one of the trains passed a red danger signal some 700 metres before the collision.

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BRITAIN
RTXJ8GI 
October 06, 1999 
Commuters at west London's Ealing Broadway station board a crowded Great Western train to take them home... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
Commuters at west London's Ealing Broadway station board a crowded Great Western train to take them ..... 
Commuters at west London's Ealing Broadway station board a crowded Great Western train to take them home October 6 after all rail links to Paddington main line station continued to be severed. The death toll in one of Britain's worst train crashes in half a century, caused when two morning commuter trains collided yesterday, jumped to at least 70 while another 100 passengers were still missing, police said. 
CRASH BRITAIN
RTRRC62 
October 06, 1999 
A sign warns commuters of a disruption in rail services in an empty Paddington main line train station... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
PADDINGTON STATION LIES EMPTY THE DAY AFTER LONDON CRASH. 
A sign warns commuters of a disruption in rail services in an empty Paddington main line train station October 6. The death toll in one of Britain's worst train crashes in half a century, caused when two morning commuter trains collided yesterday, jumped to at least 70 while another 100 passengers were still missing, police said.

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CRASH BRITAIN
RTRRC60 
October 06, 1999 
Commuters at west London's Ealing Broadway station board a crowded Great Western train to take them home... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
COMMUTERS BOARD TRAIN HOME THE DAY AFTER LONDON CRASH. 
Commuters at west London's Ealing Broadway station board a crowded Great Western train to take them home October 6 after all rail links to Paddington main line station continued to be severed. The death toll in one of Britain's worst train crashes in half a century, caused when two morning commuter trains collided yesterday, jumped to at least 70 while another 100 passengers were still missing, police said.

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CRASH BRITAIN
RTRRC54 
October 06, 1999 
Britain's Prince Charles speaks to nurses who have been working during the aftermath of the Paddington... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
PRINCE CHARLES SPEAKS TO NURSES WHO TREATED THE INJURED AFTER THE PADDINGTON RAIL CRASH. 
Britain's Prince Charles speaks to nurses who have been working during the aftermath of the Paddington rail disaster at St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington 6 October. Twenty eight people died when two commuter trains crashed near to Paddington Station in west London yesterday morning.

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CRASH BRITAIN
RTRRC52 
October 06, 1999 
Paddington rail crash survivor Gareth Stringer recovers in his bed at the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
RAIL CRASH SURVIVOR STRINGER RECOVERS IN HIS HOSPITAL BED. 
Paddington rail crash survivor Gareth Stringer recovers in his bed at the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital October 6. Twenty eight people died when two commuter trains crashed near to Paddington Station in west London yesterday morning.

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BRITAIN CRASH
RTRRBX3 
October 06, 1999 
A pair of red signal lights shine out over the array of empty train tracks leading to Paddington station... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
A PAIR OF RED SIGNALS SHINE OVER DESERTED PADDINGTON RAIL TRACKS. 
A pair of red signal lights shine out over the array of empty train tracks leading to Paddington station from the scene of yesterday's collision between two commuter trains, October 6. The crash which claimed at least 27 lives has halted all traffic into Paddindton station while police and rescue workers examine the scene for more bodies and clues to the reason for the accident.

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BRITAIN CRASH
RTRGAQF 
October 06, 1999 
A pair of red signal lights shine out over empty train tracks leading to Paddington station in this file... 
London, UK 
A PAIR OF RED SIGNALS SHINE OVER DESERTED PADDINGTON RAIL TRACKS. 
A pair of red signal lights shine out over empty train tracks leading to Paddington station in this file photo October 6, 1999 near the scene of the collision between two commuter trains which claimed at least 27 lives. The findings of the Paddington rail crash enquiry are due to be published today with the more expensive safety system which prevents trains jumping red lights being recommended.

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