Barnsbury man charged following road death of “beautiful, funny and vibrant” woman
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A Barnsbury man has been charged following the road death of a woman who “had everything to live for”.
Martin Appiah-Dankwah, 58, of Thornhill Road, was charged with causing death by careless driving and causing death while driving with no insurance after Nicole Levy was hit and killed on January 31.
Ms Levy was taken to hospital after the collision in Priory Road, Hornsey, but died two days later on February 2.
Her mother, Suzanne Levy, said: “Nicole’s family and friends are utterly devastated at losing her. She was beautiful, funny and vibrant and had everything to live for.”
Police arrested the driver at the scene.
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He was remanded in custody and is due to appear at Wood Green Crown Court on Monday.
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