The mother of a bride-to-be who was killed in a road accident involving young drivers has told Good Morning Britain "the pain is still as strong" today as it was when her daughter first died.
Denise Tegg lost her daughter Carol four days before her wedding in a crash caused by young drivers racing, and said "something" needed to be done to keep road users safe from the accidents caused by 17-19-year-olds.
"I see my daughter's car burnt to pieces, and the bus, and my daughter inside it. Nobody, nobody, no mother should ever, ever have to go through that. Something needs to be done."
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