Father of hit-and-run victim struggles to 'move on with life'

Melissa Mobbs
Updated April 24 2021 - 11:19am, first published 4:30am
HEARTACHE: Terrence Watson outside the Launceston Supreme Court in 2019, during the trial into his son's death. Picture: File
HEARTACHE: Terrence Watson outside the Launceston Supreme Court in 2019, during the trial into his son's death. Picture: File

The father of hit-and-run victim Dale Watson says he was shocked, and angry to learn the man who killed him could be granted leave from a secure mental health facility.

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Melissa Mobbs

Melissa Mobbs

Deputy Editor

A journalist with more than a decade of experience, Melissa Mobbs currently works as the Deputy Editor for The Examiner Newspaper in Launceston, and has a strong background in reporting on crime and the justice system. Send tips to Melissa.Mobbs@examiner.com.au or on Twitter via @melissamobbs.

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