A woman who died on a holiday island two years ago has been called as a witness in the trial of her boyfriend who is accused of causing her death. Chelsea Hyndman's mother is devastated after receiving the bungling summons from the Greek authorities.
The 20-year-old from Castleford in West Yorkshire, was working on the Greek island of Crete when she died. Her mum Heather says despite the error she will still travel there next month for the hearing which she hopes will reveal the truth about how her daughter died. Chris Kiddey reports.
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