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Drink-driver going wrong way on M4 faces head-on with Another vehicle

Drink-driver left the woman was seriously injured after driving wrong way down in M4 and hit her car in a head-on collision. 25-year-old William Lawrence did not have memory of causing crash which left Rihanna Tucker with vertebral fracture.

collision took place near newport shortly before midnight on February 10, when the police received the number of phone calls to say the defendant was driving on in wrong side of road. Lawrence was more how twice legal drink-drive limit after attending a funeral where he drank alcohol.

head-on collision with Miss Tucker vehicle result in The defendant suffered multiple broken bones. Judgment hearing in Royal Court of Cardiff on Friday heard how Ms. Tucker’s job was to work with children with learning difficulties. She was unable to return to work due to her injuries. She is also finds it hard sleep and she needs more help and support from relatives.

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In his remarks on the verdict, Secretary John Philpotts said: “Now you can see, looking at the security cameras, how appalling this act was. You were driving at high speed.” speed…. you drove into head-on collision with Another vehicle whose driver got seriously injured…

“I can’t ignore fact your driving caused the horror of risk risk of fatality. People could be killed, including you. This incident could have turned out worse than it was, but it’s not thanks to you.”

Lawrence of Sunny Bank, St. George, Bristol, confessed to causing serious bodily harm. injury dangerous driving, driving with a disqualification and driving without insurance. The court heard that the defendant had a number of relevant convictions, including driving offenses. Defense attorney Scott Bowen told the court that his client was remorseful. for his behavior and wished apologize to the victim.

He was sentenced to total of three years in prison. He was also disqualified from driving for three years after being released from prison. Gwent Police didn’t have a picture of the arrest of defendant.

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