Funeral Director To Be Sentenced
6:45am 16th February 2010
A Buckingham funeral director will be sentenced later for causing the death of a 76 year old Aylesbury woman.
Isobel Surridge died in a road traffic accident on Elmhurst Road in August.
43 year old Darrin Brooks of Western Avenue is due before Aylesbury Crown Court.
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