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Coach driver faces death charges
A coach driver has been charged over the deaths of three people who were killed in a crash on the M25 near Heathrow Airport.

Philip Rooney, 48, of Lanarkshire, Scotland, faces three counts of causing death by dangerous driving.

The London-to-Aberdeen National Express coach overturned on the M4/M25 slip road on 3 January. Two people died soon after and a third died on 1 July.

Mr Rooney is due to appear before Reading magistrates on 31 July.

Christina Toner, 76, from Dundee, Scotland, and 30-year-old Yi Di Lin, a Chinese national, died in the crash.

John Carruthers, 78, of Chertsey, Surrey, died six months later in hospital on 1 July.

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