Our superhero son was killed by a driver 'who wasn't fit to be on road'

Olivia Kelleher
October 2017
Daily Mail;10/6/2017, p5
THE parents of a six-year-old boy killed by a brain-damaged hit-and-run driver - who was on 18 tablets a day - have pleaded for tougher motoring laws.


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