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Dad whose children were killed by a drunk driver issues plea to World Cup fans

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A dad who lost two of his children in a horrific car crash while they were driving home from a football game has issued an emotional plea begging people not to drink and drive during the World Cup.

Steve Kimberley's son Matthew, 12, and daughter Lucy, 10 were both killed in a collision after an intoxicated man driving a Range Rover crashed into them on the A38 in 1996.

A family friend, 19-year-old Ben Jewell, and the drunk driver also died in the crash which Steve survived but was left wheelchair bound as a result, the Mirror reports.

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