Mr Cairns did recall the body on the track.'I saw a person appear to be holding themselves up with their arm, the lights of the train illuminated the face and you then saw the left arm raised,' he said.
Coroner John Leckey said it was a terrible situation.'One can understand why panic would have entered the equation on seeing the oncoming train with the lights no doubt would have increased the sense of panic, a real nightmare situation,' he added.
There are apparently two suspects but the Public Prosecution Service has insufficient evidence to bring a case.
Mr Quinn, speaking from Maghaberry Prison via video link, added: 'My son was not just my son, he was my best friend and I knew him probably better than anybody.'Train driver Ian Cairns said he believed he had seen somebody running away from the line a split second before the collision.'I suddenly had a flashback, it was so vivid it gave me goosebumps,' he said.'I am convinced there was someone else on the track prior to the train hitting Ryan Quinn.'His first statement to police made no reference to seeing anybody else.
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In accordance with NHSCT guidelines, the practice will no longer be able to issue antibiotics for any purpose (ie: coughs, chest infection etc).