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Nadine Foster death: Two charged over Hagley Road crash

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Image caption Nadine Foster was a passenger in a Ford Focus which crashed into a wall

Two men have been charged after a teenage mother died in a car crash.

Nadine Foster, 18, was a passenger in a Ford Focus when it hit a wall in Stourbridge, in the West Midlands, in April.

She was taken to hospital but died a few days later, police said.

Dylan Stringer, 22, and Joseph Chance, 24, both from Stourbridge, are accused of causing death by dangerous driving and are due before magistrates in Walsall on Wednesday.

Mr Stringer, of Wychbury Road, and Mr Chance, of Murcroft Road, are also charged with causing death by driving a vehicle unlicensed and uninsured in relation to the crash in Hagley Road.

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