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IN THE NEWS...IN THE NEWS..


WIFE PAYS TRIBUTE TO TAXI DRIVER KILLED IN GRAYS HIT-AND-RUN COLLISION


The wife of a Thurrock taxi driver has paid tribute to her “soul mate” after he was trag- ically killed in a hit-and-run crash. Police received reports of a serious collision which had occurred between a red Peugeot 308 taxi and a black BMW X52 and emer- gency services were called to the A128 Brentwood Road at its junction with the B188 in Orsett. By the time that officers arrived at the scene, the BMW driver had fled the scene. Sadly, the driver of the taxi died and he has now been named locally as 65-year-old Nor- man Bullock from Grays, Essex. A post on the Thameside Taxis Facebook page read: “It is with great sadness that we confirm the accident on the A128 yesterday (October 5) involved one of our most loved and long standing members of staff. “Norman was well known in Thurrock, he had served the local community as a taxi driver for over 30 years. He will be greatly missed by us all and our thoughts and prayers are with Norman’s wife and family at this devastating time.


Norman Bullock and his wife Moira


“Norman’s wife, Moira expresses her devas- tation at the loss of her soul mate and thanks everybody for their condolences.” The post attracted over 150 shares and comments from a number of his former cus- tomers paying tribute and sharing their precious memories.


Edvinas Pupkis, 22, from Ilford, has since been charged with causing the death of Mr Bullock by careless driving, aggravat- ed vehicle taking, causing death by driving a vehicle while unlicensed and uninsured, failing to report a road acci- dent, failing to stop, and driving a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence. He appeared at Basildon Magistrate’s Court on Friday 9 October. Announcing the charge, Essex Police’s Investigating officer Detective Constable Alan Lamb said: “Our thoughts are with the family and friends who have been affected by this incident. “We want to thank the local residents for their understanding and support and all those who came forward with information, and their help has been vital to our investi- gation.”


PHTM extends our sincerest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Mr Bullock at this very sad time.


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NOVEMBER 2020


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