Train operator fined

Train operator fined
First Capital Connect has been fined £75,000 after train passengers were trapped on a train in London for more than three hours. Judge Aidan Marron, QC, said the incident, which occurred between St Pancras and Kentish Town stations in May 2011, was “an absolute shambles” and there “was a litany of mistakes and poor judgments” by the train operator. Some of the 700 passengers who were stranded claimed on Twitter they had been left in a tunnel with little ventilation, no water, and limited information.
Daily Mail, Page: 4   Evening Standard, Page: 9    BBC News

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