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Boat tot death charge.

THE owners of a speedboat that killed a British toddler in the Bahamas have been charged with manslaughter. Evangeless Williamson and Clifford Not-tage, both of the Bahamas, have been accused of the manslaughter of two year-old Paul Gallagher from

London. The toddler was sleeping in a deck-chair on the beach at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in 2002 when the speedboat ran up onto the beach and hit him in the head.

He underwent surgery but died five days later. Boat driver James Bain already faces a manslaughter charge.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Jan 28, 2007
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