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Australia Truckie jailed over M1 crash

07:45  14 february  2020
07:45  14 february  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

Drunk and drugged driver jailed for crash that killed Socceroo's teenage sister Bor Mabil

  Drunk and drugged driver jailed for crash that killed Socceroo's teenage sister Bor Mabil A driver who had drugs and alcohol in his system when he caused the death of teenager Bor Mabil in a high-speed crash in Adelaide's north will spend at least two years behind bars.Ms Mabil — the sister of Socceroos player Awer Mabil — was killed when the car in which she was a passenger crashed into a fence at Andrew's Farm in Adelaide's north in January 2019.

Two lorry drivers have been jailed for causing a crash on the M 1 that resulted in the deaths of eight people. Ryszard Masierak, 31, was sentenced to 14

Two lorry drivers jailed over fatal M 1 crash The judge urged the public to download an app that deactivates mobile phones when driving as he handed down his

A truck driver has been jailed over the crash which killed a teenager and his uncle on the NSW Central Coast.

Samuel McLean was sentenced to four and a half years behind bars for the rush-hour crash that killed Jack and Adam Langford and injured another woman in July 2018.

McLean will serve at least two years and eight months in jail.

a man wearing glasses: Samuel McLean was sentenced to four and a half years behind bars for the rush-hour crash that killed Jack and Adam Langford and injured another woman in July 2018. © Nine Samuel McLean was sentenced to four and a half years behind bars for the rush-hour crash that killed Jack and Adam Langford and injured another woman in July 2018. a man and a woman smiling for the camera: The ute Jack and Adam Langford were in was crushed beneath the truck on the M1, near Mooney Mooney. © Nine The ute Jack and Adam Langford were in was crushed beneath the truck on the M1, near Mooney Mooney.

The ute the pair were in was crushed beneath his truck on the M1, near Mooney Mooney.

McLean told police he took his eyes off the road for one moment to look for his drink just before the crash.

Gold Coast man jailed after killing wife by deliberately driving car into NSW river .
A Gold Coast man who was having an affair with a Malaysian masseuse before killing his wife by deliberately driving their car into a river is sentenced to more than a decade behind bars.Michele Lord died in October 2015 after her husband Edward Kenneth Lord veered off Tweed Valley Way at Tumbulgum, NSW and plunged their car into the Tweed River.

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