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Hackney Man Who Caused Killer Crash Wanted For Jail Recall

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Image caption, Gerald Cotter, a former bus driver, is wanted by the Met’s road and transport command

A man who killed a young motorcycle display team instructor in a crash near the Olympic Park in 2016 is wanted for recall to prison.

Gerald Cotter had taken cocaine and was doing almost double the 30mph (50km/h) speed limit when he caused the collision that killed Kieron Fevrier, 23, in Leyton, east London, in 2016.

Cotter, 56, admitted causing death by dangerous driving and was sentenced in March 2017 to seven years in jail.

He has links with the Hackney area.

The Metropolitan Police force said Cotter was being sought after breaching a condition of his release from prison.

It added that anyone spotting Cotter should not approach him, but call 999 immediately.

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