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Mother fears lives will be lost over spiralling energy prices

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Mother fears lives will be lost over spiralling energy prices

Mother fears lives will be lost over spiralling energy prices

The mother of a disabled man living in Northern Ireland believes "there's going to be a lot of lives lost" over the spiralling cost of energy.

Caroline Wheeler, mother of Lee Martin who relies on medical equipment to keep him alive says "this is life and death - everything in Lee's life is electric and his life depends on getting a source of power." Report by Blairm.

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