You can"t say that, I told her – it"s too rude

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The perils of high heels! How one woman lost her footing – and her dignity – on an escalator

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Pictured: Lindsey Inger, 13, who died after being hit by a tram at notoriously dangerous crossing

Pictured: Schoolgirl, 13, who died after being hit by a tram at notoriously dangerous crossing Lindsey Inger, from Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, died after tragic accident at around 7pm last nightLocal residents say crossing has been a 'death-trap' for years Woman and her grandson died at same spot in 2008 | UPDATED: 18:09 GMT, 29 November 2012 Tragic: Schoolgirl Lindsey Inger, 13, died after being hit by a tram at a notoriously dangerous crossing in Nottingham A teenage girl died after being hit by a tram at a level crossing – four years after a woman and her grandson were killed at the same spot. Lindsey Inger, 13, was rushed to hospital following the accident in Hucknall, Nottingham, last night but later died from her injuries. The tram driver and her devastated friends were also treated for shock