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Man in court over Cardiff collisions

Matthew Tvrdon appeared via video link at Newport Crown Court earlier this morning, following a series of hit and run incidents in Cardiff on Friday. He spoke to confirm that he understood what was being discussed.

The 31-year-old wore a dark jumper and bowed his head as the court sat to decide when he'll appear next.

Matthew Tvrdon is charged with murder, 13 counts of attempted murder, four counts of actual bodily harm and one of dangerous driving. He will reappear in court on 28th January.

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Matthew Tvrdon to appear in court in Newport tomorrow

An artists impression shows Matthew Tvrdon at Cardiff Magistrates Court this morning Credit: Priscilla Coleman

Matthew Tvrdon appeared in Cardiff Magistrates Court this morning, following a series of hit and run incidents on Friday night.

He is charged with murder, 13 counts of attempted murder, four counts of actual bodily harm and one of dangerous driving.

He will appear at Newport Crown Court at 10am tomorrow via video-link.

Man remanded over Cardiff hit and run death

Matthew Tvrdon appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court this morning Credit: ITV News

A man has appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court following a series of hit and run incidents in Cardiff on Friday.

Matthew Tvrdon is charged with the murder of Karina Menzies, and 13 counts of attempted murder.

The 31-year-old has been remanded in custody and will appear at Newport Crown Court tomorrow.

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Ely hit-and-run service: 'Healing work will take a very, very long time'

People leave following a special service of prayer at The Church of the Resurrection in Ely Credit: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

"There can be no one who has not been profoundly affected by what has happened here this week" Reverend Jan Gould told a packed congregation in Ely tonight.

"This grief, of Karina's tragic death... has broken the heart of our community, and the healing work that is now to be done will take a very, very long time."

The congregation begins to disperse Credit: Tim Ireland/PA Wire
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