Distraught Oudtshoorn father seeks answers about his daughter's mysterious death

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The wreckage of the BMW in which 18-year-old Marilizé Nortier died. In the early hours of 22 September 2019 the car left the road and landed in a canal. Marilizé was still strapped in and drowned. (Photo: Supplied)
The wreckage of the BMW in which 18-year-old Marilizé Nortier died. In the early hours of 22 September 2019 the car left the road and landed in a canal. Marilizé was still strapped in and drowned. (Photo: Supplied)

Morné hopes to find out how his daughter ended up dead in a stranger’s car now that police have charged the driver     

A hint of a smile plays in the corners of his mouth. For the first time in more than a year something has happened to lift Morné Nortier’s spirits.   

Nothing will ever bring his beloved daughter back but now at least there’s hope some of the questions that have been haunting him will be answered. 

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