The lost minutes after Stonehaven train crash: Investigators will probe how Britain's worst rail disaster in a decade went unnoticed for 'significant' period of time due to poor phone signal | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

The lost minutes after Stonehaven train crash: Investigators will probe how Britain's worst rail disaster in a decade went unnoticed for 'significant' period of time due to poor phone signal

Investigators will probe how Britain's worst rail tragedy for a decade went unnoticed for a 'significant' period of time due to poor mobile phone signal.
Passenger Chris Stuchbury, 62, train driver Brett McCullough, 45, and conductor Donald Dinnie, 58, were killed after a ScotRail 6.38am service from Aberdeen to Glasgow derailed and slid down an embankment near Stonehaven on Wednesday.

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