Widow Sandie Colley
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Norwich widow faces body parts cremation

A woman whose husband died 14 years ago faces a second cremation after it emerged that the police had kept parts of his body.

Last week it was revealed that nearly 500 body parts had been kept needlessly after cases of suspicious deaths were investigated and cleared up.

Among them were Sandie Colley's husband's heart and brain, stored at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.

Mrs Colley, who lives in Norwich, says it must not be allowed to happen again.

  • 28 May 2012
  • From the section Norfolk
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