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Thursday, 13 December, 2001, 15:54 GMT
Selby crash driver guilty
Gary Hart is convicted of 10 charges of causing death by dangerous driving after a court hears he fell asleep at the wheel of his Land Rover and caused the Selby rail crash. BBC News Online examines, in Audio and Video, the verdict and the crash itself.


13 December 2001: Hart guilty

Gary Hart 37, from Strubby, Lincolnshire, arrives at Leeds Crown Court
Gary Hart arrives at court

Gary Hart, from Lincolnshire, is found guilty at Leeds Crown Court. His vehicle careered off the M62 and on to the East Coast mainline last February. Six commuters and four railway staff lost their lives in the disaster.

 The BBC's Kevin Bocquet reports

Rail Future's Peter Lawrence: "This is a road problem and not a rail problem"

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Police officers and the Crown Prosecution Service react to the verdict

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28 February 2001: Train crash stuns North Yorkshire

Rail officials inspect the crash site
It took several days for the emergency services to determine how many people died

Britain's beleaguered rail network receives another critical blow as a tragic accident outside Selby leaves 10 people dead. A Land Rover veers off the M62 motorway and on to the rail line leading to a collision between a freight train and an early morning commuter express.

 The BBC's Kate Adie reports



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