Oct 1 2012 By Jack Griffith
TWO people have been killed by speeding trains, in separate incidents at West Drayton and Hayes and Harlington station.
On Friday (28), a man, believed to be 41-years-old and from Uxbridge, was struck close to West Drayton station at around 10am. He has yet to be named, but his family have been informed.
And yesterday evening (30) at about 9.50pm, another man was pronounced dead after colliding with a train at Hayes and Harlington station.
Enquiries are ongoing to establish his identity.
The British Transport Police say they are treating both deaths as 'non-suspicious'.