Woman pleads guilty to Paul Henderson Plymouth death crash

Paul Henderson
Image caption Mr Henderson had been riding his motorcycle when he was involved in a collision

A woman has admitted causing the death of a Plymouth motorcyclist in Devon.

Doreen Fairweather, 57, from Arlington Way, Bristol, pleaded guilty to causing death by careless or inconsiderate driving.

She was arrested after the crash, involving her Vauxhall Merivar, killed Paul Henderson on the A38.

At Plymouth Magistrates' Court she was disqualified from driving for 18 months and ordered to carry out 240 hours of community service.

Mr Henderson, 45, died in the collision on the St Budeaux slip road on the A38, Parkway in Plymouth when Fairweather's car crashed into his blue Triumph Tiger motorcycle.

The accident happened on 30 January.

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