Nottingham graduate 'could just not be happy' after sister killed by dangerous driver

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A former Nottingham University student who was found dead after his sister was killed by a dangerous driver "could not be happy" after she died, his devastated father says.

Stephen Thurm, 32, had suffered with depression and anxiety since adolescence.

He died at Dunham Forest Golf Club and Country Club, around 15 miles from Manchester, on February 5 last year.

His sister Helena, 25, was knocked down and killed as she crossed Manchester Road, Altrincham, in June 2016 and his mental health was said to have deteriorated significantly since the tragedy.

The driver Glenn Wall was later jailed for causing death by dangerous driving.

Stephen's father, Alan Thurm, spoke to The Manchester Evening News. He said: "Whatever Wall's sentence was, we were all given a life sentence.

"And for Stephen that life sentence was unbearable.

"He had absolutely everything but when his sister was killed he just could

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