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Detective Constable Jamie Simon, from the collision investigation unit, said: 'Chance and Stringer chose to race their vehicles at more than double the speed limit, having both consumed alcohol, at the time it was dark and it had been raining.'They did this with a blatant disregard for the laws of the road, and neither had insurance or a valid driving licence.'Their reckless and stupid actions cost a young mother her life.'Her son, who was five months old at the time, will now never get to know his mother.' Do you want to automatically post your Mail Online comments to your Facebook Timeline?
Dylan Stringer was driving a blue Ford Focus on April 16 last year with his 18-year-old girlfriend, Nadine Foster, in the front passenger seat as he smashed into a wall, West Midlands Police said.
The 24-year-old lost control of the car when he swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle after trying to overtake another car on his way back from a night out in Stourbridge town centre.
To this extent, the firm has recently appointed three high profile lawyers in Ian Bond (head of trusts and estates), Jagdip Bains (head of litigation and commercial dispute) and Claire Cooper (associate solicitor commercial property).
Mary added: “We are passionate about delivering legal services differently and have a desire to grow our business by putting the client first and delivering more joined up services across all departments.
Miss Foster, who was blamed by Stringer for the crash for 'distracting' him, was left with multiple injuries and died in hospital four days later.
The incident happened on Hagley Road near to the junction with Dingle Road in Oldswinford at around 12.15am.Your comment will be posted to Mail Online as usual We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on Mail Online.To do this we will link your Mail Online account with your Facebook account.Stourbridge’s own football club are nicknamed The Glassboys.Today it has a busy town centre and hosts an annual carnival.The firm, which now employs over 200 legal specialists and support staff, has invested £750,000 to purchase and refurbish the building, giving the firm more than 6,500 sq ft of additional office and meeting space.