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Australia Sydney woman involved in fatal Bali crash walks free from jail

09:35  28 november  2019
09:35  28 november  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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A Sydney woman will serve more than three months in jail after fatally colliding with a scooter driver in Bali .

A Sydney woman who hit and killed a scooter driver in Bali has been sentenced to three and a half months in jail . Susan O'Brien was driving a van in August this year A dashcam captured the heart-stopping moments leading up to the crash , with another scooter driver managing to swerve just in time.

a man and a woman looking at the camera: Susan O'Brien.© 9News Susan O'Brien. A Sydney woman has walked free from a Bali jail after serving just a three-and-a-half-month sentence for causing the death of a teenager in a road accident.

Susan O'Brien had a beaming smile as she left Negara jail in Bali's west and stepped into a waiting vehicle with immigration officers.

"I'm not driving again in Bali," she declared.

The 48-year-old is being deported, as required by law for foreigners who serve jail time, but plans to return to the holiday island following a six-month ban to continue teaching English and rescuing street dogs.

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Susan O'Brien, 49, who police reportedly say doesn't have a driving licence, is facing up to six years in jail if she's found guilty of negligent driving.

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"I'm just so in love with the kids and I already was involved in the animal program with other friends who live throughout Bali," she said.

"This just delayed the process but that's okay."

a motorcycle parked on the side of a road: The bike at the crime scene.© 9News The bike at the crime scene.

The charity worker had moved to Bali to start a new life after her husband died in a freak motorbike accident.

In a tragic series of events in August, Ms O'Brien caused the death of 18-year-old student Rizki Akbar Putra while driving in the island's west.

She was behind the wheel of a van when she attempted to overtake a truck and ute, crossing onto the other side of the road where she collided with Mr Putra who was on a scooter.

a man sitting in front of a body of water: Student Rizki Akbar Putra, 18, died from catastrophic head injuries.© 9News Student Rizki Akbar Putra, 18, died from catastrophic head injuries.

As revealed by 9News, a dashcam captured the heart-stopping moments leading up to the crash, with another scooter driver managing to swerve just in time.

Ms O'Brien was spared the maximum penalty for negligent driving which is six years behind bars after compensating the victim's family and signing a so-called "peace agreement".

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