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Freedom of Information
01908 782405 E
20th November 2019
Dear Mr Hill
Thank you for your email of 28 October 2019 in which you requested the following
Out of curiosity, how many injuries/accidents have been reported each year since 1992
caused by individuals colliding with the pillars between platforms 9 and 10?
I am interested to see if injuries increased over time since the publication of the first Harry
Potter book and the release of the first Harry Potter film.
Honestly, this is not an urgent enquiry. Take your time.
I have processed your request under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000
We have searched our records and we do not hold the information you requested.
To explain, we have not received any reports of individuals colliding with the pillars
between platforms 9 and 10.
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