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Banks and building societies usually treat an account as 'lost' if there have been no transactions by you on the account for three years. For personal pensions you will need the name of the scheme and the insurer which ran it.Mr Simpson said that people who stopped to try to assist saw Houanda standing in the road cradling his child in his arms.Little Amelie was rushed to University Hospital in Coventry by air ambulance, but despite attempts to save her, she died.Mr Simpson added that Houanda had a previous conviction in 2010 for taking a car without consent and driving with no insurance and not in accordance with his provisional licence.Judge Anthony Potter said: 'He turned and took his hands off the wheel.