Driver sentenced over car park death of Susan Collins
A driver has been given a suspended sentence for leaving the handbrake off his van - causing it to roll across a car park and kill a woman.
Matheeb Iqbal, 23, from Birmingham, was delivering to a pub in Southam, Warwickshire when his van struck Susan Collins.
He admitted causing death by careless driving at Warwick Crown Court and was given a 30-week suspended jail term.
Ms Collins' husband also died as a result of a careless driver in 2011.
Following the sentence, her family said in a statement: "Words cannot express how we feel as a family for being in this position for a second time.
"To lose our beautiful mother due to another driver's careless actions is beyond belief."
Iqbal, from Lime Grove, Lozells, was banned from driving for a year and must complete a compulsory driving retest from April 2017.
He was also given 200 hours community service.