Lawyer killed by bookie’s sign


A lawyer was killed when high winds tore a 30 foot William Hill sign from a betting shop wall. Jacob Marx, 27, died in January 2013 after he was hit by the 30 foot metal sign outside the bookmakers in Camden Road, Camden, north London. Several people lifted the board off him but he had gone into cardiac arrest by the time paramedics arrived, and was pronounced dead at University College Hospital. The lawyer, originally from Gisbourne, east New Zealand,…

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