Knife crime a 'national crisis' - victim's sisters
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Knife crime a 'national crisis', say Lee Pomeroy's sisters

Lee Pomeroy, 51, suffered nine stab wounds when he was attacked in January on a train in Surrey.

His sisters Karen Blackaby and Kim Pomeroy told the BBC a recent rise in knife crime was a "national crisis".

  • 18 Mar 2019
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