Guisborough collision: Driver admits causing death crash
A man has admitted causing the death of woman and her father in a crash in Guisborough.
Michael Liddell, 68, and his 41-year-old daughter Sarah, died after the crash on the A171 at Guisborough on 13 June.
Bulgarian-national Mario Dzhambazov, 18, who had been living in Whitby, pleaded guilty to two counts of causing death by dangerous driving at Teesside Crown Court.
He will be sentenced on 9 September.
Dzhambazov, who appeared via videolink from Durham Prison, also pleaded guilty to one count of driving without insurance.
Judge Simon Bourne-Arton told him he was facing a "substantial sentence of imprisonment" and remanded him in custody until the sentencing hearing.
Speaking after the hearing, Insp Darren Breslin from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit, said: "[Dzhambazov] had no insurance and drove at excessive speed towards the roundabout where the collision happened.
"The whole family, including Sarah's partner and young children, are utterly devastated by their loss."