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Saturday, 30 May 2020

The British Transport Police have decided the death of a London railway worker was not linked to a spit attack


The British Transport Police have decided the death of a London railway worker was not linked to a spit attack

47-year-old Belly Mujinga was working at Victoria Station in March when she was spat on by a man who claimed to have coronavirus.


Miss Mujinga – who has underlying health conditions – died on the 5th of April.

The BTP decided the attack did not lead to her death and said no further action would be taken against the 57-year-old man interviewed by officers.

It’s understood the main suspect had a negative antibody test at the time of the incident.