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Dorothy Toogood joined Northumbria Police Chief Constable Sue Sim today to help launch the force's latest Road Safety Campaign. Dorothy, whose husband Roy was killed by a dangerous driver, spoke publicly for the first time about what had happened.
The widow of a pensioner killed by a dangerous driver will speak with teenagers on Tyneside about the dangers on the roads.
Dorothy Toogood's husband Roy was knocked down and killed in 2013.
Daniel Brownlee, who was 19 at the time, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving.
Today students at Walbottle Campus, in Newcastle, will hear first hand from Dorothy about the impact the tragedy has had on her family.
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The widow of a man who was killed by a driver in North Shields last year will attend an event promoting the importance of road safety.