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Health trust slammed for ‘gross failings’ after assessing Folkestone mother as ‘low risk’ on day she jumped in front of train

Posted on 24th November 2016

A catalogue of “gross failings” by a health trust contributed to the death of a Folkestone mother, an inquest has been told. Natalie Gray, 24, died on April 21, 2015 after jumping in front of a train at Barming station. Civil LIberties solicitor Alice Hardy is acting for the family.