Crystal Palace to support families of Croydon tram crash victims

Crystal Palace will support those affected by the Croydon tram crash “in any way we can”, says boss Alan Pardew.

Seven people were killed when a tram derailed in south London on Wednesday, 9 November with 51 taken to hospital, eight of who were said to be suffering “serious or life-threatening” injuries.

Pardew said some of the victims’ families would be at Palace’s home game against Manchester City on Saturday.

“The terrible events in Croydon had a massive impact on us,” he added.

Some Palace supporters were among those who lost their lives and Pardew said the club had contributed to a fund to help the victims of the incident and their families.

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