Brixton graffiti artists trying to hide when hit by train

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Brixton graffiti artists trying to hide when hit by train

A coroner has found that three graffiti artists, whose bodies were found on rail tracks near Loughborough Junction, died whilst hiding from an oncoming train.

The men were killed in the early hours of the 18th of June last year.

Our reporter Eleanor Cunningham explains how Southwark Coroner's court has been hearing evidence from police.


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