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Last Updated: Wednesday, 1 June, 2005, 12:22 GMT 13:22 UK
Inquest into Ufton Nervet crash
The wreckage of the Ufton Nervet rail crash
Seven people died in the crash, including the driver of the car
An inquest into a rail crash which killed seven people will begin on 17 October, it has been announced.

The 12-day hearing into the Ufton Nervet crash in November 2004 will take place at The Guildhall in Windsor.

Berkshire Coroner Peter Bedford will hear from survivors and bereaved relatives of the accident.

The train derailed after hitting a car parked on tracks at a level crossing, killing the car driver train driver and five train passengers.

Another 37 people on board the Paddington to Plymouth were seriously injured.



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