LETTER: Lasting tributes to Diana

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The Independent Online
Sir: Perhaps each town or parish should raise a simple stone memorial in a prominent place and inscribe on it the names of all the people of the area who have, like her, died in traffic accidents. Such public reminders of the endless carnage on our roads might serve a similar purpose to that of war memorials - to cause us to stop and think, to mourn and to work against a repetition, or continuation, of the dreadful carnage.

JOHN GRANEY

Brading, Isle of Wight

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