Motoring Solicitors blog – ‘999 call before death’

999 call before death of pedestrians in Norfolk

Two Lithuanian pedestrians are believed to have asked a nearby farm worker to call 999 shortly before their deaths in traffic on the A47 in Norfolk. It is believed that the woman may have been forcibly pushed into the road and the police are treating the two deaths as suspicious. We are nationwide road traffic offence lawyers but as at publication, we are not aware of any death by careless driving or death by dangerous driving allegations.

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