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Your pictures: Cumbrian train crash

Photo by: Lawrence Clift

One person died and many were hurt when a train crashed in Cumbria on Friday. Photo by: Lawrence Clift.

Photo by: Lawrence Clift

Investigators have concluded that the condition of a set of points to the South of the crash site was the immediate cause of the crash. Photo by: Lawrence Clift.

Photo by: Lawrence Clift

The investigation has so far found no major fault with the driving of the train, the condition of the train itself or the operation of signalling systems. Photo by: Lawrence Clift.

Photo by: Michael Sayles

Michael Sayles sent this picture of the scene of the crash, taken first thing on Saturday morning.

Photo by: Caroline Thomson

Transport Secretary Douglas Alexander has made a statement on the crash in the Commons. Photo by: Caroline Thomson.

Photo by: Caroline Thomson

RAF helicopters, police and fire crews went to the scene and some passengers were taken to a nearby farm. Photo by: Caroline Thomson

Photo by: Caroline Thomson

The train, a London to Glasgow service, had about 100 passengers on board. Photo by: Caroline Thomson

Photo by: Mike

Mike sent in this picture of the rescue operation, made more difficult by the isolated location and lack of light.

Photo by: Caroline Thomson

Caroline Thomson sent this picture of an injured passenger. You can send your photographs or video of the aftermath of the train crash to yourpics@bbc.co.uk.






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