Rail disaster remembered in Hatfield after 15 years

PUBLISHED: 10:35 20 October 2015 | UPDATED: 10:35 20 October 2015

Flowers are laid in the Hatfield rail tragedy memorial garden on the 15th anniversary of the crash which claimed 4 lives

Flowers are laid in the Hatfield rail tragedy memorial garden on the 15th anniversary of the crash which claimed 4 lives

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Relatives of victims of the Hatfield train crash in 2000 came to the town for a service to mark its 15th anniversary.

A service at the memorial garden near the Oxlease bridge on Saturday was attended by relatives of victims as well as councillors and representatives of the emergency services.

The accident on October 17. 2000, killed four people, and injured 70.

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