The granddaughter of a man killed in the Croydon tram crash has said fresh delays to an inquest are “unfair”.
Philip Logan was one of seven people who died in November 2016 when the tram derailed leaving 61 people injured.
The inquest is now due to start on 17 May 2021, having been postponed in October because of coronavirus.
Mr. Logan’s granddaughter Danielle Wynne said she could not understand why other inquiries had not been disrupted by the pandemic. Croydon tram crash
South London Coroner’s Service said the “sole reason” for delays was to “enable families, jurors, witnesses, and advocates to attend and participate in these hearings in a safe and Covid-secure way”.