At 100 mph in a 40 mph zone, the driver smashed into a car carrying a young mother and her kid.


This is the first image of a hazardous driver who rammed into a car carrying a young mother and her kid while traveling at speeds over 100 miles per hour in a 40 mile per hour zone.

On May 8, 2019, Leanne Webb was speeding in her high-performance Audi SQ5 in Oldbury, West Midlands, when she careered into the 28-year-automobile. old’s

Throughout the investigation, she maintained her innocence and eventually blamed the other car for initiating the crash by turning across her path.

According to West Midlands Police, the victim sustained life-changing injuries

Her daughter, too, sustained terrible injuries but has since recovered completely, Birmingham Live reports.

During the court trial, Webb of Kings Norton admitted to reckless driving but asserted a defense of duress, which the jury rejected.

His Honour Judge Berlin sentenced Webb to four years and four months in prison and a six-year and ten-month driving ban at Wolverhampton Crown Court yesterday.

She will be need to pass an extended driving test before being permitted to drive again.

Sergeant Mark Crozier of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit said: “Witness testimony, CCTV evidence, and forensic reconstruction were critical in establishing that Webb was traveling at least 104mph along the 40mph dual carriageway at the time of the collision.”“Her imprisonment will never be sufficient to compensate for the level of injury sustained by a mother and her small daughter.

“Once again, one selfish individual’s reckless driving has resulted in untold suffering for the victim’s family and friends, who will never fully recover from the devastating injuries she sustained in this collision.

“She is still undergoing rehabilitation in a residential care facility.”


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