Woman admits endangering train at Yarnton level crossing

The crossing on Sandy Lane in Yarnton The crash happened at the crossing on Sandy Lane in Yarnton on 12 November

A woman has appeared in court to admit endangering a train which hit the car she was driving at a level crossing.

Heather Bister, from Banbury, appeared at Oxford Crown Court earlier in connection with the crash in Yarnton, Oxfordshire on 12 November.

The 43-year-old, from Austin Drive, admitted endangering safety on the railways without intent at the Sandy Lane crossing.

Her case was adjourned until 31 January for reports to be prepared.

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