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reworks factory boss and son face trial over firefighters' deathThe case against a fireworks factory boss and his son charged with killing two firefighters who died following a fire and explosions was today committed to Crown Court. Martin Winter, 50, boss of East Sus

sex-based Alpha Fireworks Ltd, and Nathan Winter, 23, spoke only to confirm th

eir names, dates of birth and addresses during a five-minute hearing. The men, both of Marlie Farm, The Broyle, Shortgate, near Lewes, East Sussex, made their first appearance at Lewes Magistrates Court after each being charged earlier this month with two counts of manslaughter. The charges relate to the deaths of retained firefighter Geoff Wicker, 49, and support officer Brian Wembridge in blasts at Marlie Farm on December

3, 2006. The father and son were granted unconditional ba

il and will appear at a pre

liminary hearing at Lewes Crown Court on June 25 at 9.45am. No pleas were indicated. Their family-run compa

ny, which was known at the time as Festival Fireworks UK Ltd, is one of the biggest firework importers in the UK and was responsible for the Millennium display along the River Thames. Twelve other people were injur

ed in the tragedy, including nine members of East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service, a Sussex Police sergeant and two members of the public.