Crash Report Discovers Croydon Cable Car Was Voyaging More Than Three Times Speed Constrain

A cable car which slammed in Croydon killing seven individuals was going at three-and-a-half times as far as possible, the Rail Accident Investigation Branch has said.
The prepare was running from New Addington to Wimbledon when it wrecked on 9 November.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch's (RAIB) starting survey of the on-cable car information has demonstrated the cable car was going at a speed of around 70km every hour as it entered the bend.
As far as possible on that specific segment of track is 20km every hour.
Six men and one lady passed on, and more than 50 individuals were harmed.