Mother's level crossing safety fight


Last month Network Rail was fined £1m for criminal negligence following the deaths of two teenage girls at a level crossing in 2005.

Olivia Bazlington and Charlotte Thompson died at Elsenham station in Essex when they crossed the tracks thinking it was safe, and were hit by a train.

Since Olivia's death, her mother, Tina Hughes, has been working to improve their safety.

Graham Satchell reports.

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