Soldier appears in court charged with causing deaths of two teen athletes hit by car while training

A judge whose brother died in a road smash offered his sympathy to the families of two teenage athletes who were killed by an alleged dangerous driver while training.

Michael Casey, 24, a soldier, stands accused of killing Stacey Burrows, 16, and Lucy Pygott, 17, while they were on a training run near a barracks.

He appeared before a court for the first time today and entered no pleas to two charges of causing death by dangerous driving.

The teenagers were hit by a black Ford Focus in Queen’s Avenue, Aldershot, Hampshire, last November.

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