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Image caption The court has heard Alfie Lamb cried out "mummy" when a car seat was pushed back into him. A three-year-old boy who was crushed by a car seat had trauma injuries similar to those of a victim in a car crash, a court has heard. Alfie Lamb died after his mother's boyfriend allegedly reversed his seat into him during a car journey in 2018. A paediatric pathologist told the Old Bailey the toddler's death was "unnatural" and appeared to have been caused by an "increase in pressure.". Adrian Hoare, 23, and Stephen Waterson, 25, both deny manslaughter. Alfie was found unresponsive as the pair arrived at their home in Croydon following a shopping trip to Sutton with two others on 1 February. Full story

18 January

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