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Prosecutor Fiona Harman revealed some of the background to the case but details of exactly what happened to Miss Mack moments before she died could not be reported for legal reasons.

“On March 27 Miss Mack was struck and killed by a train at Hythe level crossing in Colchester,” she told the court.

“The barrier affording protection to both vehicles and pedestrians had been lowered at the crossing in order to allow the 18.56pm London Liverpool Street to Clacton train to pass the Hythe station this being a non stopping train.

“The defendant proceeded onto the track via the public entrance and trespassed across the railway track whilst on the other side of the lines the defendant beckoned the deceased to join him.

“Witnesses say she proceeded in some manner across the crossing only to get stuck, we believe the heel of her boot got stuck, in wooden slats positioned at either side of the road to deter trespassers.

“Two witnesses who were waiting to cross when safe to do so, worked together to rescue the deceased from mortal danger.”

They themselves went onto the line to pull her free.

“They did this putting their own lives at risk seeing the oncoming train.”

Last week one of those who helped to free Miss Mack claimed that after she had been freed she had been told to run across the tracks by her boyfriend.

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Investigation: Police gather at the scene where the woman had been trapped

Jonathan Smith, aged 18, claimed that seconds before being struck by the train Miss Mack had been “safe” and he added: “I had her in my arms, she was safe.

“But her boyfriend screamed at her to get to the other side. I said : ‘Stay on this side.’

“But he said: ‘This is my train. I’ve got to be on this side of the track,’ and so she tried to cross.”

Trevor Linn, defending Palmer , said he considered the incident “a tragic accident,” adding: “In our respectful submission this was a tragic accident as reported in the press by Inspector Pearce of British Transport police.”

He added that while manslaughter carries a maximum life sentence he believed it would be difficult to prove in his client’s case.

The lawyer told magistrates that Palmer had lived in Essex for 25 years and had two children with Miss Mack.

Magistrates then refused to grant Palmer bail and he was remanded in custody to appear at Chelmsford Crown Court on June 23.

While none of Miss Mack’s relatives attended the court hearing her parents have left a touching message at the scene of the tragedy, which reads:

“For Kelly our darling daughter sleep in peace, love Mum and Dad.”

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Attendees to the Selfridge air show this weekend are getting a rare, teasing peek at the military s next generation fighter jet, some of which could end up being housed at the Harrison Township base.

An F 35 Lightning II was flown in from Utah for display among dozens of other aircraft on display at the 100th anniversary air show at Selfridge Air National Guard Base.

Three versions of it will replace the current F 16 and A 22 for all of the armed services. Selfridge is in the running to be one of the two bases that will house the aircraft, of which about 2,400 will be built over about 30 years.

Air Force Lt. Colonel Mat Miller, an F 35 pilot, said he believes Selfridge would be an ideal location because of the open air space above the Great Lakes, along with the base s long history.

I personally think as an individual I m not speaking for the Air Force that Selfridge would be a very good place to station the F 35 because of the phenomenal air space that Michigan has, he said. You need a lot of air space to train, and there is a lot of space here to work with.

Selfridge is a historic place. I love the history of it. It has a sense of history of mission, and that s critical. Tradition and history is an important part of the military for recruitment.

The F 35, which costs about $80 million each, is touted for its versatility with the ability to fire missiles and a gun, and pull very high angels of attack, Miller said.

Larry Dean of Brownstown Township was one of many F 35 admirers taking photographs of the jet in a roped off area under pavilions.

It s the most important airplane that will ever be built, and the most expensive, Dean said.

It s the wave of the future, added Stan Goodman of Farmington Hills. One of these equals two or three of the other guys planes.

Thousands of people converged on the base for the show to also view a dozen or more static displays of planes and military vehicles and watch more than 20 air performances, including the highly anticipated Air Force Thunderbirds Jet Demonstration Team, whose pilots received a police escort to the base.

Plane watchers spread out on the large grassy field in chairs and on blankets to watch smoke, metal and noise to fill the partly cloudy sky.

Tina Bowen of Capac brought her son, Anthony, 7, who loves airplanes and wants to be a pilot.

This is his first air show, she said.

Greg and Carol Engels of Richmond attended after Carol heard the planes Friday at home.

Greg Engels, an airplane enthusiast, was excited about seeing a handful of old World War II fighter planes on display, including the P51 Mustang and Supermarine Spitfire as well as an old Russian fighter jet.

You don t get to see them too often, he said, adding he was looking forward to seeing the Thunderbirds, A 10 Warthogs and B 17 s fly.

Goodman became an avid fan of military aircraft after he saw the movie, Top Gun, in 1986.

Father and son bob and Mark Plourde arrived at the show carrying portable, fold out chairs over their shoulders and caps on their head for shade. Mark also had binoculars.

It s a beautiful day, not too hot and a little breeze, said Mark, 59, of Grosse Pointe Woods and a graduate of the old Brablec High School in Roseville. We try to come to every show.

Bob Plourde, 86, of Macomb Township, served in Korea in the Air Force during the Korean War in the early 1950s. He was a boom operator on refueling missions.

I just like to be around airplanes, he said.

Dean said he also came to visit an old friend, one of the 223 C 17 military cargo planes that he said he helped build in Long Beach, Calif.

I just hadn t seen one in a while and wanted to see it, he said.

The show also featured hands on exhibits, such as an Apache helicopter flight simulator and Army team building exercises, as well as tours of a Thunderbird and CH 47 Chinook helicopter.

Kelly Alexander was one of the volunteers from the Moose Lodge 1278 in Mount Clemens who ran a souvenir stand.

The toys are the most popular, the die case airplanes, said volunteer Kelly Alexander. And then the hats.
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