The sister of a woman killed when a fire engine responding to a 999 call in Sheffield crashed into her says emergency service drivers need to be more alert to dangers on the roads.
It is as 999 drivers say they are worried about facing prosecution for dangerous driving if they have an accident while going to an emergency.
Nicola Stacey died in June 2008. Her sister Jessica has been speaking of her concern.
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