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CALLS FOR LAW CHANGES AFTER DEATH OF PREGNANT WOMAN

The New South Wales Government is under pressure tonight following the death of a woman, weeks after a high-speed crash at Lake Macquarie.

The 32-year-old was pregnant when she was a passenger in a stolen car, that ploughed into a service station at Charlestown last month.

Her death has intensified calls for unborn children to be recognised by law.

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