Two 14-year-old boys arrested in connection with the manslaughter of a Northampton woman who died after one of her car tyres was vandalised have been released on bail.
Pharmacist Joanna Smith, 32, was killed when she crashed her Honda Jazz on April 10.
Forensic tests showed a tyre on her car was punctured deliberately.
Mrs Smith is thought to have been unaware of the vandalism when she set off for work in Irchester on the morning of the accident, since the tyre was only partially deflated.
Following the collision, officers were informed by members of the public that a further three vehicles parked close to the Honda had also sustained tyre damage at the same time.
Source: Hucknall Dispatch
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