FAI under way in Edinburgh

21
Jul
2017

The fatal accident inquiry (FAI) into the tragic deaths of Joy Robson on the 2013 Snowman Rally and Elizabeth Allan, Iain Provan and Len Stern on the 2014 Jim Clark Rally Rally began in Edinburgh on Tuesday (18 July).

The MSA will be in attendance throughout the inquiry, which is expected to last for approximately ten weeks.

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