Published 13 November 2016 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Three remaining victims of the Croydon tram derailment on Wednesday have been named by the British Transport Police. They were Donald Collett, 62, from Croydon, Philip Logan, 52, and Robert Huxley, 63, both from New Addington. Those already named were Mark Smith, Dane Chinnery, Phil Seary and Dorota Rynkiewicz. The tram driver, Alfred Dorris, 42, from Beckenham, south-east London, was arrested after the derailment on suspicion of manslaughter. He was released on police bail. A spokesman for FirstGroup, which operates the south London tram network for TfL said: “We can confirm that Alfred Dorris has worked for us since March 2008. “Given the ongoing investigation we don’t have anything further to add at this point.” The tram carriages were removed by accident investigators and taken away on the back of two lorries on Saturday morning. Transport for London (TfL) said its engineers were making “good progress” with repairs to the tram track at the scene of the accident, but that services between East Croydon and Harrington Road, Addington Village and Elmers End would remain suspended on Monday. TfL said it was not yet in a position to say… Read full this story
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