Two in court over NI cop death

Two men have been charged in connection with the death of PSNI Constable Philippa Reynolds who was killed in a road accident in Londonderry, Northern Ireland on Saturday.

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Two due in court over NI policewoman death

Two men are due in court to face charges over the death of a policewoman whose patrol car was hit by a stolen 4x4 in Northern Ireland.

Constable Philippa Reynolds, 27, from the Greater Belfast area, died when the unmarked car she was travelling in turned into the path of the vehicle in Londonderry.

One the men, aged 25, has been charged with ten offences including causing death by dangerous driving, aggravated vehicle taking causing death or grievous bodily injury, burglary and driving while unfit.

The other man, aged 23, has been charged with aggravated vehicle taking causing death or grievous bodily injury, burglary, criminal damage and assisting an offender.

They are both due to appear at Derry Magistrates' Court this morning.

Men charged with 'dangerous driving'

Two men have been charged with aggravated vehicle taking causing death or grievous bodily injury, in connection with the death of police constable Philippa Reynolds, whose patrol car was hit by a stolen 4x4 in Northern Ireland.

One of the men, aged 25, has been charged with ten offences including causing death by dangerous driving. The other man, aged 23, has been charged with burglary, criminal damage and assisting an offender.

They are both due to appear in court in Londonderry tomorrow morning.

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Pc Philippa Reynolds was 'loved by her colleagues'

A police constable for the PSNI who was killed in a road accident with another car was reportedly "loved by her colleagues".

PSNI constable Philippa Reynolds Credit: PSNI handout

Constable Philippa Reynolds, 27, was travelling in an unmarked police car when another car hit it's side. Two other police officers received minor injuries.

Chief Superintendent Stephen Cargin described her as "enthusiastic" with a "beautiful personality".

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