Pain goes on for fiancee of road rage victim

Pain goes on for fiancee of road rage victim

The fiancee of Stephen Cameron, the man murdered in a road rage attack exactly a year ago, spoke yesterday of her continuing sense of devastation at his loss.

Danielle Cable, right, who was 17 at the time of the brutal kerbside stabbing, still lives with her fiance's parents, Ken and Toni Cameron and wears Stephen's ring. "It doesn't get any easier," she said. "Everyone says it will get easier as time goes by but it doesn't. It's just something with you every day."

Stephen, 21, was stabbed in the chest as he and Danielle drove near the family home in Swanley, Kent, to buy bagels on a Sunday morning. Their van, driven by Danielle, was cut up by a Land Rover Discovery. At traffic lights, Stephen got out to argue with the driver and was stabbed in the chest.

"My way of coping with it is to not think about what happened on that day," Danielle told GMTV. "Sometimes you can't help it. I can't believe it's gone so quickly, that I haven't seen Steve for a year. Part of me died when Steve did because he was my life. As far as I was concerned I was going to spend the rest of my life with him. I was going to have his children."

Within days of his murder, detectives were linking Kenneth Noye, the Brinks-Mat gold launderer and a major underworld figure, with the incident. But Noye, 49, went to ground and officers have been unable to make any progress in the case or even find the murder weapon.

"Someone knows where he is and who he is," Danielle continued. "I just hope they feel really awful, knowing that and not saying. We are the ones who are the victims, the ones feeling all the pain, not them. Whoever done it is living their lives. We are not at the moment. It's not fair."

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