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IN TODAY'S GAZETTE: FAMILY'S FURY OVER CRASH SENTENCE
8:09am Monday 3rd September 2012 in News
IN TODAY'S GAZETTE: THE family of a woman killed in a car crash say they are devastated he walked free from court. Rachel Aylott, 38, died when her husband Simon's Toyota Rav 4 smashed into a lorry on the A12.
Aylott, 34, of Bromley Road, Frating, was handed a nine-month jail term suspended for two years.
* Film-making prodigy Leon Nash has become a YouTube favourite with his amazing lego animations. Leon, ten, is following in the footsteps of Wallace and Gromit creator by using stop-motion techniques.
* A campaigning mother is urging the Government to outlaw a pill which helps drink drivers cheat a breath test.
Michelle Bell, whose daughter was killed by a motorist who had been drinking, wants action to ban Alcopal, which allows rogue drivers to exceed the limit and still pass a breath test.
* A worker at Colchester's personnel recovery centre played the odds on Deal or No Deal and walked away with £25,000. Mandy Harrington-Morrissey took the banker's offer for her box which contained £100.
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