Wheelslide likely cause of Salisbury collision, finds RAIB

Salisbury Fisherton Tunnel collision

Photos: Jack Boskett

UK: Wheelslide, ‘almost certainly a result of low adhesion’, was the most likely cause of a collision between Great Western Railway and South Western Railway diesel multiple-units at Fisherton Tunnel in Salisbury on October 31, according to the Rail Accident Investigation Branch.

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