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(From Western Daily Press)
Byline: TIM MOYNIHAN AND TOM MORGAN
A coroner raised fears of more deaths on the railways yesterday as an inquest jury blamed a points failure for killing seven people in the Potters Bar train crash.
Rail regulators also said they were considering criminal proceedings after the jury singled out failures in inspection and/or maintenance of the points.
The points' failure was caused by their unsafe condition, jurors added.
After the seven-week inquest Judge Michael Findlay Baker QC promised to file a report expressing his concern about the risk of future deaths.
Six passengers - Austen Kark, Emma …