Case concerning the tragic accident at the high school definitely

A break on the south Coast Gymnasium in Ishøj got last year in april, a tragic end, as a 17-year-old woman fell from a moving car, and ended up hovering between

Case concerning the tragic accident at the high school definitely

A break on the south Coast Gymnasium in Ishøj got last year in april, a tragic end, as a 17-year-old woman fell from a moving car, and ended up hovering between life and death.

Now that the fall judgment in the case.

the Incident started when the victim of the accident sat on the back of a car. In the car sat a 17-year-old female driver and a 19-year-old passenger.

In court, where they were both charged with reckless driving, explained that they asked the 17-year-old about to jump of the car several times. It writes the Zealand.

But she refused. And they began to run. As the car with 20 miles an hour, turned to the left in the parking lot fell victim of.

She landed head first and got so badly hurt, that she for a while was in danger of losing their lives.

she did not, but today she has still consequential damages from the accident, which resulted in several injuries in the brain.

Although the in the Court in Glostrup, it was clear that the intention was never to cause any damage, found the judge, the driver of the car guilty of the charges, the writing Life.

She was sentenced to 60 days imprisonment with terms of 80 hours of community service. In addition, she was deprived of her licence in six months.

When the convicted person at the time was only 17 years old and therefore were covered by the pilot scheme with the issuance of driving licences to 17-year-old, she got a fine for running the car, even though there was a companion of over 30 years, at her side.

the Car's passenger was acquitted, even though she was indicted under the same circumstances.

The offender, who all the time have denied guilty of the charge, decided to ask for a reflection period in relation to whether the judgment should be appealed.

Updated Date: 12 December 2019, 18:00

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