Cerys and Tracy Edwards
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Victim 'delighted' by new dangerous driving crime plan

Dangerous drivers could face longer jail terms under a proposal to go before Parliament.

A new crime of causing serious injury by dangerous driving will carry a maximum sentence of five years.

Tracy Edwards, whose daughter Cerys was left paralysed and brain damaged after a car crash, says she welcomes the plans.

  • 07 Oct 2011
  • From the section UK
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