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BBC Racing Commentator’s Family Tragedy Unfolds: Wife and Daughters Victims of Violent Incident



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Following a tragic and violent incident in Bushey, Hertfordshire, the familiar world of BBC Five Live racing commentator John Hunt has been shattered. The lives of his wife, Carol Hunt, and their two daughters, Louise and Hannah, were cut short in the face of a harrowing event.

The three women, aged 25, 28, and 61, were discovered with severe injuries at their residence in Ashlyn Close on Tuesday evening, marking a devastating turn of events for the family.

As law enforcement combs through the aftermath, a manhunt for 26-year-old Kyle Clifford from the Enfield area is actively underway. The search spans across Hertfordshire and north London, as authorities seek to apprehend Clifford in connection with the triple murder.

During the unfolding tragedy, the broader community is urged to avoid direct contact with Clifford, given the potential of him still being armed, possibly with a crossbow used in the heinous crime. Police have issued a public plea to report any sightings and to approach the situation with caution.

Heartfelt messages and support have poured in from figures within the racing world, with ITV commentator Matt Chapman expressing profound sympathy and emphasizing solidarity with John Hunt during this unimaginably difficult period.

Amidst the commotion, local schools like St Michael’s CofE Primary have taken precautionary measures, ensuring the safety of pupils as the search for Clifford intensifies in Enfield. The incident has also prompted discussions at the highest levels, with the Home Office reviewing current laws on crossbows to prevent future tragedies of a similar nature.

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