'I nearly died on the train tracks'
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Rail safety: 'I nearly died on the train tracks'

A 17-year-old has urged others to "take responsibility for their actions" after she almost died crossing train tracks.

Tegan Stapleton, from Basingstoke, Hampshire, has spoken out as part of a Network Rail campaign to warn people about the dangers of walking over tracks.

Last year she suffered a cardiac arrest, 10% burns and severe nerve damage to her hand after attempting to get to the opposite platform at Bournemouth railway station.

  • 07 Jul 2019
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