THE fourth person in as many months died on the track at Hayes and Harlington station on Sunday.
Now the areas MP has called for action to prevent other people dying on the railway.
It is becoming a dreadful tragedy which is getting out of hand, said John McDonnell, member for Hayes and Harlington.
We need to get everyone around a table and examine all the possible measures we can take to stop this from happening, because it has got to a point where we cant just stand back.
The latest victim, who has yet to be identified, was pronounced dead after being struck by a train at about 9.50pm on Sunday.
As the Gazette went to press, enquiries were continuing in an effort to inform his family.
It was one of two railway line deaths within days. Police were called to West Drayton station at about 10am on Friday last week following reports of a man struck by a train.
The latest deaths follow that of 26-year-old Keith Coutinho, who died after being hit by a westbound train on the morning of September 11.
Slough man Enzo Belluccia, 35, died in similar circumstances on July 20, and 20-year-old Antonio Martinez from Uxbridge died during the evening rush hour on June 26.
Mr McDonnell wants the police, Hillingdon Council and train service providers Network Rail and First Great Western to work together to try to prevent more deaths.
Police say they are not treating the incidents as suspicious.
Inquests, which could help explain the deaths, are due to be held for the men who died.
** TWO men killed by speeding trains in separate incidents last week have been named.
Jason Biggs, 41 and from Cowley, was hit by a train at West Drayton station last Friday (September 28), at around 10am.
On Sunday evening (30) just before 10pm, a man was killed on the tracks at Hayes and Harlington station, and he has been named as 56-year-old Nigel Fisher, from Hayes.
Both of the inquests were opened and adjourned today (Wednesday) at West London Coroner's Court.
The incidents are not linked.
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