Video warns of railway deaths

25th June 2004 at 01:00
A moving film showing how friends of a 15-year-old boy coped with his death while playing on the railway has spearheaded the launch of an anti-rail crime week.

Tyler Deacon, a pupil at Soar valley college, Leicester, died on the Midland main line near his home last December. His fellow pupils have made the film Tyler 4 Ever, with the help of the rail industry, which is being distributed to every secondary school in Britain.

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