Man charged with death of Murton man in A19 crash

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A MAN has been charged after the death of a fiance in a A19 road smash last year.

Andrew Nimmo, 24, of Murton, died after the lorry he was driving collided with an HGV and a Ford Focus beside the slip road from the A1130 Mandale Roundabout in Stockton, Teesside, on August 6 last year.

Police have named a man who sadly died in a collision on the A19 this morning as 24-year-old HGV driver Andrew Nimmo from Murton in Seaham.
Andrews family have released a photograph of him taken from their last holiday together. He is pictured with his fianc�e and partner of two years Janinne Lesley, also 24, and her daughter Laylah Hope, 5. Andrew and  Janinne were due to get married in August next year.

Police have named a man who sadly died in a collision on the A19 this morning as 24-year-old HGV driver Andrew Nimmo from Murton in Seaham. Andrews family have released a photograph of him taken from their last holiday together. He is pictured with his fianc�e and partner of two years Janinne Lesley, also 24, and her daughter Laylah Hope, 5. Andrew and Janinne were due to get married in August next year.

The driver of the Ford Focus Zetec, a 37-year-old woman, was taken to James Cook University Hospital with fractures to her legs.

She was found lying in the road by North East Ambulance Service.

SAFC fan Andrew was planning to marry fiancée Janinne Leslie, also 24, next month and the couple were looking forward to building their lives together with Janinne’s daughter, Laylah Hope, pictured.

The couple had only recently returned from a family holiday to Tunisia.

Cleveland Police have now charged a 26-year-old man, from the Lincolnshire area, with causing death by dangerous driving, causing serious injury by dangerous driving and causing a false record to be created in respect of drivers hours.

He will appear at Teesside Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, July 30.

 

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