A RAIL worker’s husband wants a public inquiry into her death after an alleged “coronavirus spit” attack.
It comes after cops said CCTV footage was “inconclusive”.
Mum-of-one Belly Mujinga, 47, died two weeks after claiming that a man coughed and spat in her face at London’s Victoria station.
She said he told her: “You know I have the virus.”
British Transport Police quizzed a 57-year-old man but felt there was not enough evidence to charge anyone.
Poor-quality CCTV footage — seen by Belly’s husband Lusamba Gode Katalay and his lawyers — showed an “agitated, aggressive” man on the concourse move close to sales clerk Belly before she retreats and runs away.
Her employer Govia Thameslink Railway did not alert cops to the incident on March 21 at any stage.
He said: “If police had been called at the right time, I believe it could have been handled better.
“That was blocked because Govia did not give the police that opportunity.”
A probe only began after Belly’s death. Lusamba’s lawyers want an inquest and public inquiry.
Belly suffered from sarcoidosis, which affected her throat and lungs, and made it difficult for her to breathe.
She was admitted to hospital on April 2 and died of Covid three days later — leaving daughter, Ingrid, 11.
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Cops traced the passenger who denied spitting.
He said he coughed involuntarily. And he denied saying he had the virus.
An antibody test four days after the incident was negative.
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