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Shammi Atwal lorry death: Man charged with manslaughter

Shammi Atwal
Image caption Shammi Atwal was pronounced dead at the scene

A third man has been charged with manslaughter after a father of two was killed by a lorry after chasing robbers from his cash-and-carry store.

Shammi Atwal confronted an armed gang during the robbery at Glen & Co Cash & Carry in River Road on 14 October.

Reiniks Kivers, 27, of no fixed address, will appear at Barkingside Magistrates' Court on 2 December.

Vidmantas Gonskoves, 26, and Aurimas Diliunas, 27, both of east London, have also been charged with manslaughter.

Mr Kivers also faces a charge of robbery along with Mr Gonskoves, of Plaistow, Mr Diliunas, of Barking, and Farhan Sheikh, 38, also from Barking.

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