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A landlord from North Yorkshire has been sent to prison for twelve months after a fire at his property killed two jockeys four years ago.
65-year-old Alan Foster failed to make even the most basic fire risk assessment before and after the tragedy.
You can watch the full report from Adam Fowler below.
A landlord from Norton in North Yorkshire has been sentenced to 12 months imprisonment for failing to take adequate fire safety precautions after two jockeys died at his flats in Norton in 2009.
Alan Foster pleaded guilty to 4 breaches and was sentenced to 12 months for each, the sentences to run concurrently. He is likely to serve 6 months before he is released on licence.