A drink-driver from Wales was jailed for four years after he crashed his car into a tree and left the passenger to die.
Ceiron Cook, 36, had been smoking cannabis on the night the accident occurred as well as being over the drink drive limit. He told courts that he lost control in the snow and icy conditions on a country road.
However, to the horror of two passers-by who discovered the car, Mr Cook’s fiancée Lynsey Popp, a mother of two had been left to die. Mr Cook had been that callous that after the crash he ran home and went to bed instead of calling the emergency services, leaving Lynsey there to die.
The court heard how Mr Cook was an uninsured provisional licence holder, with a record of driving whilst disqualified and uninsured.
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