The death of Ian Weir which sparked a campaign still saving lives 20 years on

  The Northern Echo 

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THE shocking death of Ian Weir, on June 1, 1999, was not only a time of deep sadness for friends and colleagues at The Northern Echo – it also presented a challenge that had to be met.
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