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Cardiff: commissioner concedes police may have chased boys before deaths

Alun Michael refuses to say he was initially wrong to claim no pursuit took place before fatal crash that sparked riots

The South Wales police and crime commissioner has conceded that officers may have pursued two teenagers shortly before they were killed in a road accident, sparking a riot in Cardiff.

But Alun Michael said on Wednesday that no police vehicles were on the road where the fatal crash happened and refused to say he was wrong to have initially claimed that no chase took place.

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