Man crushed to death by a train after station fight Ryan Harrison, 22, was crushed between the platform and a trainHe had been involved at a fight and was pushed onto the tracksThe indent occurred on Saturday at Guildford station, Surrey British Transport Police is treating the death as suspicious although reports he had been stabbed are unfounded By Francesca Infant And Larisa Brown PUBLISHED: 00:57 GMT, 1 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:19 GMT, 1 April 2013 A young man died when he became sandwiched between a railway platform and a departing train moments after a fight at a station. It is understood that following a row with a group of men, the 22-year-old either fell or was pushed down the side of the platform next to a stationary train. Ryan Harrison was killed minutes later when the train moved away, trapping him between it and the platform edge.
'Muslim-hating' homeless woman confesses to killing Indian immigrant by shoving him under a train after her relatives tip off police Family alerted NYPD Friday after seeing Erica Menendez, 31, on TV news NYPD nabs Menendez in Crown Heights, Brooklyn Saturday morning Cousin tells paper homeless woman suffers from bi-polar disorder Menendez wore the same jacket as seen in surveillance video of the event when police found her Menendez told investigators, ‘I’ve hated Hindus and Muslims since 2001 since they put down the Twin Towers. I have been beating them up since.' Victim identified as Sunando Sen, 46, an Indian immigrant from Calcutta, who co-owned a copy shop on Manhattan's Upper West Side Sen stood on a Queens elevated subway platform 8pm Thursday, when officials say Menendez pushed him in the back and into an oncoming train's path | UPDATED: 19:38 GMT, 30 December 2012 Party girl: Erica Menendez, 31, during happier times, or before she allegedly pushed an Indian immigrant into the path of an oncoming subway train Thursday A Muslim-hating madwoman confessed today to pushing a hard-working Indian immigrant into a subway train's path – and her relatives tipped off police after seeing her on a Friday newscast. Erica Menendez, a 31-year-old homeless woman who reportedly suffers from bi-polar disorder, admitted shoving Sunando Sen, 46, in front of a Queens 7 Train Thursday, telling police, 'I've hated Hindus and Muslims since 2001 since they put down the Twin Towers
Travel misery as over-running engineering work and signal failures hit first day back at work after Christmas breakOne train was so full passengers were ordered off before it could continueHeathrow Express was not running earlier because of over-running worksPower problems also hold up services between Reading and LondonTrain derailment in the Midlands meant services were replaced by busesWorks also lead to platform problems at Birmingham New Street StationA broken-down train brought hold-ups for passengers in ScotlandRailways in Wales suffer delays because of signalling faults | UPDATED: 17:53 GMT, 27 December 2012 Over-running engineering work, signal failures and packed trains have been heaping misery on rail passengers today as they returned to work after the Christmas break. A train at Crewe, Cheshire, was so full some passengers were ordered off before it could continue.