Three-quarters of road crash victims feel no justice

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Three-quarters of road crash victims feel no justice

More than three-quarters of those who are victims of a road crash feel that the justice system didn't treat their accident properly, while half didn't have confidence in the police investigation that followed.

These are statistics from a study by the charity RoadPeace.

In 2014 Victoria Lebrec was cycling in London when she was hit by a tipper truck. Her injuries meant that she lost of her leg and had to have twelve operations and months of physiotherapy. 


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