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‘Something was wrong’ on day of crash, truck driver’s daughter tells court – The Age

The manager who worked for the trucking company that Mohinder Singh, who killed four police officers on the Eastern Freeway, drove for faced court on Monday.

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The daughter of the truck driver who took the lives of four police officers believed her father was going to kill someone if he got behind the wheel, but he went to work because he thought he was going to get fired, a court has heard.
Simiona Tuteru, the 49-year-old supervisor at the trucking company that Mohinder Singh worked at, is before a committal hearing in the Melbourne Magistrates Court facing 82 charges.
Simiona Tuteru arrives at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday morning.Credit:Nine…

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