Dangers in the Night; the Killing of Thomas AP Rhys Pryce While Walking Home from the Unstaffed Kensal Green Station Has Highlighted How London's Train Companies Are Failing to Protect Passengers
Byline: JOAN SMITH
THE murder last week of a City lawyer, Tom ap Rhys Pryce, is a horror story for anyone who regularly uses public transport in London.
Mr Rhys Pryce, 31, was mugged and stabbed to death shortly after leaving Kensal Green station in north London following an evening out with friends.
Two teenagers have been charged with his murder.
Half an hour earlier, an Asian man was mugged in the same station, which train operator Silverlink admits was unstaffed at the time. The Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, who has often used Kensal Green himself, described it as "one of those stations which Londoners know of all across the city, where …
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Publication information: Article title: Dangers in the Night; the Killing of Thomas AP Rhys Pryce While Walking Home from the Unstaffed Kensal Green Station Has Highlighted How London's Train Companies Are Failing to Protect Passengers. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Evening Standard (London, England). Publication date: January 20, 2006. Page number: 13. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2006 Gale Group.
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