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Woman jailed following death of her mother, aged 91

Therese Curphey Credit: Merseyside Police

A woman has been jailed at Liverpool Crown Court for the manslaughter by gross negligence of her 91-year-old mother.

Therese Curphey Snr died from sepsis on 20 February 2017, as a result of severe bed pressure sores, that her daughter failed to seek medical help for.

Therese Curphey Jnr, 53, of Lydford Road West Derby, was found guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence and was sentenced to four years.

“This has been a really sad case and the conditions Mrs Curphey were left in were disgusting.

“It’s sad that a person of 91 was left in such conditions, that in her dying days she was deprived of her dignity.

“While today’s sentence cannot undo what has happened, I hope this result now gives the rest of Mrs Curphey’s family some sense of justice."

– Detective Inspector Phil Atkinson

Two police officers taken to hospital after Merseyside crash

Two police officers were taken to hospital last night after a crash in Merseyside.

They were investigating suspicious circumstances in the Prescot area when their marked car was in collision with another vehicle on Warrington road.

The crash happened at just before 9pm last night and roads in the area were closed. The driver of the other vehicle, a Ford Fiesta was uninjured.

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The North West Ambulance Service attended to assess the driver and passenger of the police vehicle and they were taken to hospital for further assessment as a precaution.

An investigation into the incident has been launched and police are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.

– Merseyside police


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