Tracks of my tears: disabled comedian left trapped as train leaves
Tanyalee Davis taken 50 miles out of way, days after suffering rough treatment on other train
A comedian who felt “harassed and humiliated” for using a disabled space on a train for her mobility scooter, prompting an apology from the operating company, has had yet another bad experience on the railways.
Tanyalee Davis was en route to York for a show and, although she had already spoken to staff to ensure she would be helped off the London North Eastern Railway (LNER) train, no one came to assist – meaning she had to stay on board until Darlington, 50 miles away.
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Source: Guardian Transport
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