Zdenka Yabani, a 39-year-old pregnant mum-of-two was killed by a train after buying a ticket and laying down on the tracks, an inquest heard today.
According to The Sun UK, Zdenka Yabani, died along with her unborn baby in the tragedy at a train station in Slough, Berks.
She walked from her home to the station where she bought a ticket and climbed down onto the railway lines at platform 2.
Moments later a high-speed train sped through the station.
Tragic Zdenka was eight months pregnant when she died.
Police were called to the incident at 9.30am on January 8.
Senior Berkshire coroner Peter Bedford today opened the inquest into her death at Reading Town Hall and adjourned it for further investigations to be carried out by British Transport Police officers.
Mrs Yabani's husband Jude, a youth worker and church caretaker, positively identified her remains which had been taken to a mortuary.
He is listed on his website as a minister at St.Andrews Methodist Church in Slough.
Mr Yabani is believed to play a leading role at the church, where he lived with his wife and their two children.
The full inquest will take place this summer.