News articles

North Wales Police - Mar 2022
A powerful road safety film telling the story of a young girl who was killed in a road traffic collision has been launched.
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BBC News - Mar 2020
Olivia’s Story tells the tale of 17-year-old Olivia Alkir from Ruthin, who was tragically killed on the B5105 in Ruthin in June 2019 following a collision whereby two young drivers were racing.
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BBC - Mar 2022
A new road safety film featuring Olivia's story is to be shown in schools across Wales.
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BBC News - Mar 2020
The friends of a 17-year-old who died in a crash caused by racing drivers have urged people to ``think`` about the consequences before they speed.
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Free Press - Feb 2021
A CAMPAIGN to promote safer driving among first-year drivers following the tragic death of a Denbighshire teenager is gathering pace.

Those leading the campaign, including Joe Hinchcliffe who set up a petition in 2020, and Clwyd West MS Darren Millar, met with the Association of British Insurers ...

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North Wales Live - Jun 2020
Distraught parents of promising teenager killed in boy racer horror crash make emotional anniversary plea ...
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Wales Online - Jun 2021
I don’t want a single parent to be Joanna Alkir because it’s not good, it’s not a good life ...
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BBC - March 2020
Two teenagers have been locked up for five years after admitting causing the death of a 17-year-old girl as they raced their cars ...
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North Wales Live - Oct 2020
Denbighshire councillors have thrown their weight behind a campaign to force young drivers to have a ``black box`` fitted in their car, after a councillor's impassioned plea.
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BBC - Jun 2019
Olivia Alkir, from Efenechtyd, Denbighshire, died after a two-car crash on the B5105 Clawddnewydd road between Ruthin and Cerrigydrudion.
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Links

UK Government website
Petition set up by Joe Hincliffe ``All new drivers must have a black box and be limited to carrying one passenger. ....``

The petition is now closed but you can read the government response

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Darren Millar MS website
Clwyd West MS Darren Millar is backing a campaign to promote safer driving among first-year drivers following the tragic death of a Denbighshire teenager ...
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