Police are looking for the son of a woman who died on a train.
Jacqueline Fleur Chandenier suffered cardiac arrest on a train at Gatwick Airport station on Monday 18th July.
Despite the efforts of paramedics, the 56-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene around 12 noon.
“Her next of kin have been notified, but it is believed Jacqueline also has a son with whom she has not been in contact,” a police spokesman said.
“Despite an extensive investigation, officials were unable to identify him to break him this sad news.
“Officials are appealing to the public for information identifying the son.”
Four days later, a construction worker died while working at Gatwick Airport railway station.
An inquest was launched after the 35-year-old man was pronounced dead on July 22.
His family has been informed and is being assisted by specially trained officials.
The man had been working on the £150million upgrade of the station but died after “an incident at the site”, according to John Halsall, regional managing director for Network Rail’s southern region.
Anyone who may have information about Jacqueline or her son is urged to contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800405040 quoting reference 211 dated 07/18/22.
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