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ANOTHER MAN HAS BEEN CHARGED AFTER A CAR COLLIDED WITH 7 PEDESTRIANS ON EUROPA WAY IN TRAFFORD LAST MONTH
Another man has been charged in connection with a fatal collision in Trafford. 

National News

Thomas Humphreys (19/07/1996) of Ruskin Court, Farnworth has been charged with aiding/abetting dangerous driving, dangerous driving, driving without insurance and perverting the course of justice. 

He has been bailed to appear at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on 4 August 2018. 

This is in relation to a collision that took place on Europa Way, Trafford Park on Thursday evening (31 May 2018).

A man from Swinton was charged with causing death by dangerous driving earlier in the month.

Seven people were injured during the incident and were taken to hospital for treatment. One of the casualties, a 19-year-old woman, sadly died on Friday afternoon. 


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