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Grieving mother's drink-drive pain


The mother of a teenage boy killed in a car crash has urged people not to drink and drive or get in a car with an intoxicated driver.

Clifford Jones, 17, was one of three passengers killed when the driver of their car crashed at high speed after drinking heavily.

His mother, Jennifer, described her family as "broken" following his death.

Clifford, from Malltraeth, Anglesey, Rebecca Lee, 18, and triplet Elin Rowlands, 15, all died when the car driven by Richard Brown, 24, crashed at the Menai Bridge in February. Stacey Williams, 18, from Bangor, was left paralysed.

Brown is serving a 10-year sentence after he admitted causing death by dangerous driving and driving under the influence of alcohol.

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