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Book of condolence opened for crash victims

A condolence book has been opened at Sainsburys Credit: SWNS

People in Coventry have been signing a book of condolence at the scene of a fatal bus crash.

Two people were killed on Saturday evening when a bus crashed into the Sainsburys store on Trinity Street in the city centre.

The book of condolence has been opened inside the store, which re-opened this morning.


School-friends of boy who died in bus crash being supported by counsellor

The friends of a seven-year-old boy who died after a bus crashed into a supermarket in Coventry this weekend are being supported by their school counsellor

Headteacher Anne McSharry, from St Anthony's Catholic Primary School in Leamington Spa, where Rowan Fitzgerald attended, says his friends have found the news of his death 'very hard' to take.

Pensioner, Dora Hancox also died in the crash, which happened on Saturday evening.

A book of condolence opened this morning in the Sainsbury's store on Trinity Street, which the bus crashed into.

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