The Croydon tram crash, in which seven died was an accident, an inquest jury has found.
On the morning of 9 November 2016, over 50 people were injured when the tram tipped over and came off the tracks in south London. Eight people suffered life-changing injuries.
The tram was travelling more than three times faster than a speed limit. The inquest heard that the vehicle went into a very tight corner, just before the Sandilands tram stop, at 73km/h (45mph). The speed limit was 20km/h (12mph).
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