A seven-year-old boy who died at an open-air museum was crushed to death by a steam engine driven by his father.
Karl Doran, of Darlington, died in what police are describing as a "tragic accident" yesterday afternoon.
He and his father Phillip, 41, were at a steam rally at Beamish museum in County Durham.
Karl suffered major head injuries after he was hit by the steam traction engine and trailer, which was being driven along a road adjacent to the railway line in the museum.
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