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This fatal incident occurred at Heck, south of Selby, on the 28 February 2001. It involved a collision between a High Speed Train and a road vehicle, followed by a collision between that High Speed Train and a loaded coal train. This second collision resulted in the destruction of vehicles in both trains, the death of TEN people and 82 who suffered injury, many seriously.
RICE member Neal Clarke will outline his involvement as a member of the Panel undertaking the Formal Investigation.
The road vehicle, a Land Rover and trailer, left the road and very soon after it landed on the rail track it was struck by the train which was travelling at 120 mph. This resulted in the partial derailment of the leading vehicle of the train which travelled about 800 yards before the derailed wheels were diverted towards the northbound line into the path of the approaching coal train when the second collision occurred at an estimated closing speed of 142mph. The impact of the collision diverted vehicles of both trains off the railway into land to the right and left of the line with considerable damage to many.
Factors considered by the Formal Investigation included:
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10.30: Registration, coffee & tea service
11.30: Presentation by Neal Clarke
12.45: Bar open and buffet lunch service
Neal is a graduate in Civil Engineering from Durham University, a Chartered Civil Engineer and a Fellow of the Permanent Way Institution. After joining British Railways as a Graduate Trainee in 1957 he rose to become the Relaying Engineer at Newcastle, and then Area Civil Engineer at Durham responsible for track and structures.
In 1965 he moved into Operational Management roles at Sunderland, Paisley and back to Newcastle as Area Manager, where he was involved in transfer of railways in Tyneside to become Tyne and Wear Metro. A reorganisation in 1985 caused a move to York Headquarters, but in 1989 he was appointed as HM Inspecting Officer of Railways in Leeds.