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Parents speak of senseless death as accused to stand trial

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The parents of Sophia Naismith, who was killed by a Lamborghini driver in 2019, have spoken about the “senseless” loss.

Pia Vogrin and Luke Naismith fronted the media after Alexander Campbell, the man accused of causing their 15-year-old daughter’s death by dangerous driving, was ordered to stand trial in the District Court.

“We hope to see some justice for the senseless loss of our daughter Sophia,” Mr Naismith said.

Campbell was charged after his $330,000 Lamborghini Huracan — which had personalised number plate “PSYKO” at the time — veered onto the footpath on Morphett…



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