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The driver of a car which struck a group of cyclists, killing four of them, on January 8 in the United Kingdom, has been charged with having three defective tyres. Four cyclists from Rhyl Cycling Club were killed when a car skidded on ice on the A457 near Abergele, North Wales. The cyclist were out on a Sunday training ride when the tragic accident happened.
A spokeswoman for North Wales Police declined to name the man charged with driving with defective tyres, and said a time and venue for the case had not yet been set.