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Assistant Chief Constable Charlie Doyle said: “Today (22 July) the jury in the Croydon tram crash Inquest have returned their verdict and concluded that seven people were accidentally killed in November 2016.
"While the Inquest process has now concluded, the memory of that tragic day is one that will stay with us forever as an organisation. Throughout this, the seven men and women who died, along with their loved ones, and everyone else affected by that terrible day, have remained at the very forefront of our minds. They will never be forgotten.”