Six Seconds Separation!

Six seconds! ... there are actually 210¼ million periods of six seconds in an average 40-year working lifetime ... here's just one six second slot out of the working lives of a small team of construction workers ...

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RAIB investigation reports, safety digests, and urgent safety advice 2020

Near miss between a passenger train and cars at Norwich Road level crossing, New Rackheath, Norfolk24 November 2019

On 24 November 2019, the barriers at Norwich Road level crossing, near New Rackheath, Norfolk, lifted as a passenger train from Norwich to Sheringham was approaching. Two road vehicles crossed the railway in front of the train, which reached the crossing less than half a second after the second road vehicle was clear.

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