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Last Updated: Monday, 8 November, 2004, 11:18 GMT
In pictures: Berkshire train crash
Aerial shot of the crash site
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All eight carriages came off the tracks when a train carrying 300 passengers hit a car on a level crossing near Reading
Mangled car
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The car involved in the collision was found near the scene of the crash close to Ufton Nervet
Search teams
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Specialist police search teams arrived on Sunday to search for evidence and property
The level crossing
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The investigation is examining the possibility that a car was deliberately reversed onto the track
Part of car
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Pieces of wreckage from the car were found strewn across the rail track in rural Berkshire
Mangled train
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Part of the train were torn from the rest of the carriages and ended up across the track
John Stace and his parents
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Rail crash survivor 21-year-old Jon Stace of London and his parents Michelle and John think he is lucky to be alive
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Police and other officials were still examining the track on Monday
The scene on Sunday morning
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The drivers of the train and the car are among the dead. Transport Secretary Alistair Darling has promised a full inquiry.
Aerial shot of the Berkshire crash site
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Cranes are being built at the crash site to remove the wreckage from the tracks





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