Woman killed after being hit by train at Seven Kings station is named
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The woman killed after being hit by a train at Seven Kings station on Friday afternoon has been named.
Anita Kaur Swali, 24, was pronounced dead at the scene by the London Ambulance Service after they were called at 4.17pm to reports of a person on the tracks.
She was from the Seven Kings area.
The service sent an ambulance crew, a single responder in a car and a duty officer to the station, with an air ambulance also seen to stop outside the Palmer Catholic Academy, of Aldborough Road South.
A spokesman for the British Transport Police, who attended with Redbridge police officers, said Ms Swali’s death is not currently being treated as suspicious.
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An inquest was opened and adjourned yesterday.
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