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Terry Coles' widow: Accident 'should never have happened'

The widow of a Swansea football fan who died after being trampled by a police horse 16 years ago has called for a review of the evidence.

Terry Coles was struck near Rotherham's football ground in 2000 and an inquest concluded his death was accidental.

John Morse Solicitors called for a fresh review as the findings of a police watchdog inquiry were not known at the time of the inquest.

South Yorkshire Police has been asked to comment.

Mr Coles' widow, Christine, said she hoped to ask the force to "reconsider the evidence".

  • 25 May 2016
  • From the section Wales