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Police on why no further action will be taken over Belly Mujinga's death.

Police have said there was ‘no evidence of anyone spitting’ in an incident which was thought to have led to the death of railway worker Belly Mujinga.


Yesterday British Transport Police (BTP) said no further action would be taken regarding the death of the 47-year-old who contracted coronavirus after reportedly being spat on.


Mum-of-one and Thames link rail ticket collector Mrs Mujinga from Hendon, North London, died from Covid-19 in April after reporting that a passenger spat at her at Victoria Station.


She died just three days after being admitted to an intensive care ward and put on a ventilator.


BTP said yesterday that no further action would be taken over her death as there was “no key evidence to substantiate any criminal offences have taken place”.

British Transport Police said they would be taking no further action after Belly Mujinga died from coronavirus after being spat at(Image: PA)

It added that the death of Mrs Mujinga was not a consequence of this incident and that no further action would be taken against a 57-year-old man from London who was interviewed.


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