Road traffic accident news
05/08/2008

Irish car crash woman sentenced and banned


An Irish woman was sentenced this week for a 'lapse of concentration' that led to a fatal road traffic accident.

The woman lost control of her vehicle in December last year while going around a bend. This caused a car crash with a vehicle coming towards her, in which the two women in the second car died instantly from the personal injury suffered. The woman in the first car suffered injury to her arms and legs.

The woman had originally been charged with causing death by dangerous driving as a result of the crash, but this had been reduced to driving without due care and attention.

Forensic investigators made statements that neither speed nor mechanical failures had been factors in the road traffic accident.

The judge in the case imposed a £750 fine and a twelve-month driving ban on the woman.


 

 

 
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