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Network Rail refuses to accept liability after train kills cow

NETWORK Rail has been urged to conduct an urgent review of track-side fencing after a train struck and killed a cow in the West Highlands last year.

A row over compensation has followed the unfortunate incident, which happened on July 27 last year near Plockton on the Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh line.

It is thought the cow, independently valued at £2,450, made its way onto the railway because of poorly maintained fences alongside the track.

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