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IN THE NEWS...IN THE NEWS..


HEARTFELT SINGLE IN MEMORY OF NOTTINGHAM TAXI DRIVER WHO DIED IN HORROR CRASH


The son of a taxi driver who died in a hor- ror crash has released a heartfelt single in memory of his ‘proud’ father. It’s been named 4th of July after the day Gurmit Singh Matharu lost his life when another motorist overtook a car in Not- tingham and collided at speed head-on with the 54-year-old’s taxi. NottinghamshireLive reports that one of Mr Matharu’s sons, 25-year-old Manny, teamed up with Nottingham artist Hex to release the track on Tuesday 13 October. Videographer Manny said: “It’s good because it’s got a picture of my dad on there and the whole world is going to see it.


“In that way it’s helping his name live on. Also, loads of people have lost people so I feel that me putting this out there has helped them as well.” As of Wednesday 14 October, the video of the song on YouTube had amassed more than 11,000 views. “The response has been overwhelming,”


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Manny added. The music video includes footage from Mr Matharu’s funeral that took place in July. Lyrics in the track include “all the good die first” and the moving line: “Mr big


bro’s birthday 4th July and I got the call that I never wanted to receive, I dropped on my knees and I looked to the sky, and I said ‘God, please’.” Manny’s sister Sandeep, 28, explained her dad moved from India to the UK in search of a better life for his family. “He was a proud person, with six brothers and two sisters, and he was one of the youngest out of all of them. He’s the only one that’s left India and made a life for himself in the UK.” She said he brought his family over to give them “all the opportunities that we would


not have had if we were in India, in terms of education”. “He was very giving and very kind with me and my brothers - I don’t think he said ‘no’ to us, even if it meant he had to work a couple of hours extra,” Sandeep said. “Our house is really quiet right now. He was always making jokes, he liked making people laugh.” Last month, Aiden King-Eeson, 25, from Birmingham, was sentenced to eight years in prison at Nottingham Crown Court for causing the death of Mr Matharu by dan- gerous driving. He was also banned from driving for three years. He pleaded guilty to causing death by dan- gerous driving, aggravated vehicle taking and driving without insurance and a licence. As well as Manny and Sandeep, Mr Matharu also leaves behind his other son, Jagdip, 27, his wife and grandson. The video can been viewed on YouTube at: https://bit.ly/3e2NThr


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