חבר מתאריך 12.5.13
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A 15-year-old schoolgirl looked the wrong way down the railway tracks as a train was approaching at up to 60mph an inquest has heard.
Katie Littlewood, 15, who had been on her way to a Saturday job at a charity shop, appeared to think the route was clear as she started to walked across, an inquest at Hertfordshire Coroner's Court heard.
She died instantly of severe multiple injuries at the Johnson's Footpath Crossing in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire.
Officers who attended the scene of the accident on January 28, 2012, found a set of earphones and an iPod nano nearby, as well as a Blackberry mobile phone.
It was not clear if Katie had been listening to music at the time but she had been exchanging text messages with friends minutes before her death, and had been discussing having her ears pierced with her sister.
The driver of the train, travelling from Liverpool Street to Cambridge, repeatedly asked in the aftermath of the accident: 'Why didn't she look?', the inquest in Hatfield heard.
Steven Trumm told off-duty Metropolitan Police officer Paul Hastings, a passenger on the train that morning, that Katie only turned around at the last minute, when it was too late.
The inquest was told that Mr Trumm was 'visibly shaken and in a state of shock' as he said to the police officer: 'She just walked out without looking. She's a young girl about my daughter's age, about 20 or 21. It's the second time it's happened to me.'
He was clear that Katie was not trying to take her own life and added: 'There's no way she could have survived that.'
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