Pair deny death crash charges

TWO men are to stand trial in connection with the deaths of three friends after denying causing their deaths by dangerous driving.Sakir Olgun and Christopher Kibble appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court today (Monday) and denied responsibility for the deaths of Chris Jolley, Danny Archer and Richard 'Ric' Warren in May last year.

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TWO men are to stand trial in connection with the deaths of three friends after denying causing their deaths by dangerous driving.

Sakir Olgun and Christopher Kibble appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court today and denied responsibility for the deaths of Chris Jolley, Danny Archer and Richard 'Ric' Warren in May last year.

The trio, all aged 15-years-old, were killed when the Ford Escort Kibble was driving collided with a Vauxhall Bora being driven by Olgun, 26, on May 6 last year.

The accident happened in the early hours of the morning on the A131 Sudbury Road in Halstead.

All the dead teenagers went to the Hedingham School near Halstead and lived in the local area.

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Olgun, of Willoughby Road, Tottenham, London, and Kibble, of Hawkwood Road, Sible Hedingham, both pleaded not guilty to three counts of causing death by dangerous driving.

They will stand trial later this year but no date has been set.