Calls for police to re-open case on previous cycling incident following Charlie Alliston verdict

The husband of a woman who died in a cycling incident in May 2016 has requested the case be reopened

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In light of Charlie Alliston being found guilty of wanton and furious driving for the death of Kim Briggs, a husband of a woman who was killed in a cycling incident has asked for the police to re-open the investigation.

Diane Walker died on May 15, 2016 after being colliding with a cyclist in Pewsey, Wiltshire two days prior. Mrs Walker was airlifted to hospital after the incident where she stayed before passing away.

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