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The farmer had appointed a contractor to carry out the harvesting operation, and an attendant had been provided at the crossing to phone the signaller and operate the gates.
ERA expects firstly an analysis on the applied methods and requirements of communication between drivers and signallers used in practice on a sample of Member States focusing on their benefits and constraints.
One of his colleagues added: "Alan had to choose between pushing a button to alert the signaller or saving this lady.
Soldiers and officers lined the streets to salute the coffin of Signaller Ian Sartorius-Jones, 21, as it was driven through the streets as part of a familiar repatriation ceremony.
In 1915, father-of-six Mr Elder was en-listed as a signaller and telephonist in the British Army.
The superfit squad - including Huddersfield Royal Signaller Joe Higgins - have raised more than pounds 5,000 for a trio of charities close to their hearts.
The union also announced that a planned four-day strike by thousands of maintenance workers planned from next Tuesday had been suspended and a fresh ballot will be held in light of the court decision affecting the signallers.
The union's 12,000 NR maintenance members voted by 77% in favour of strikes, while its 6,000 signallers backed industrial action by 54%.