Inquest opened into death of a teenager who died when he was hit by a train at Waterbeach

PUBLISHED: 10:41 08 March 2017 | UPDATED: 10:41 08 March 2017

An inquest has been opened into the death of a 17 year old boy who died when he was hit by a train at Waterbeach

An inquest has been opened into the death of a 17 year old boy who died when he was hit by a train at Waterbeach

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An inquest has been opened into the death of a 17-year-old man who was hit by a train near Waterbeach.

Lucas Jamison-Hine, from Eccles, in Greater Manchester, died on March 1 after stepping out in front of a train.

The incident was referred to the coroner by the British Transport Police and an inquest into the death was opened at Lawrence Court, in Huntingdon, today (Wednesday).

A post-mortem examination carried out on Mr Hine, who worked as a porter, revealed that he died of multiple traumatic injuries.

The hearing was adjourned and will be re-opened on September 7.

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