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Train driver is arrested after 'testing positive for cocaine when he crashed into station buffers causing derailment that left two injured'

A train driver has been arrested after 'testing positive for cocaine' when he crashed a commuter train through the buffers in north London and left two people injured.

The 39-year-old, from Essex, who has not been named, crashed the eight-carriage London Overground train earlier this month at Enfield Town Station in the north of the capital, at around 8.15am. It had departed from Liverpool Street at around 7.45am.

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