Liverpool news Mum who broke friend's skull after she sat on car spared jail MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Her friend suffered a fractured skull and a bleed on the brain

Liverpool news Mum who broke friend's skull after she sat on car spared jail MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Her friend suffered a fractured skull and a bleed on the brain

Liverpool news  Mum who broke friend's skull after she sat on car spared jail MetiNews.Com
23 February 2021 - 19:15

Breaking News ! A mum has been spared jail after breaking her friend's skull when she sat on her car bonnet. Hannah Kellett was sat parked up in her Audi S3 when Emma Curry climbed on top of the car last year. A resident, who said there was 'always drama' when the car was driven, looked on as the Audi driver first revved the engine in warning, before accelerating down the street with Ms Curry clinging to the bonnet. After stopping suddenly Kellett caused her friend to fall from the bonnet and suffer serious head injuries including a bleed on her brain. The 26-year-old appeared at Liverpool Crown Court today after admitting one charge of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. Kenneth Grant, prosecuting, explained that the witness watched the events unfold on the evening on September 17 on Windermere Avenue in Warrington, as Kellett sat in the black Audi S3. The witness, who the ECHO has chosen not to name, said the Audi had been seen regularly on the street. Mr Grant said: "She was looking out of the window and said to herself 'Here we go again' as she stated there is 'always drama' with this car and the residents are 'sick of the driver speeding up and down the street' and beeping the horn." The woman said she saw Ms Curry on the bonnet with her head facing the driver and Kellett began revving the engine while "shouting loudly at Ms Curry". Reading the witness' statement Mr Grant said the Audi then set off "at full speed" with Ms Curry still on board. Mr Grant said: "The prosecution say she drove that vehicle for approximately 20 metres. It would then appear she broke suddenly, which caused Emma Curry to fall onto the road leaving her with injuries." Ms Curry's injuries included a fracture to the base of her skull and a bleed on the brain as well as a fractured right leg. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here After initially being admitted to Whiston Hospital the court heard Ms Curry was transferred to the Walton Centre but after a second CT scan and before planned surgery could take place on her ankle she discharged herself on September 22, Mr Grant explained. The court heard that while Ms Curry gave permission for her medical details to be provided to the court, she did not support the prosecution and did not provide a statement. Kellett provided a no comment interview to police.

." He explained Kellett had worked before taking up a midwifery course which she dropped out of as a result of the offence. Mr Thompson said: "She has a young son and is a single parent at the moment reliant on universal credit. "Her attitude towards the offence is one of genuine regret." Read More Related Articles '666' drugs phone line dealer caught out by rap lyrics confessing to crimes Read More Related Articles Last cash machine bomb gang member jailed after cowardly final act He added: "Because of the fact she is genuinely remorseful, because she has no previous convictions, the author of the report is clearly confident it can be quite properly dealt with in the community." He added: "She is clearly sorry for her actions on that day." Kellett, of Grasmere Avenue, Warrington, has no previous convictions. Judge Robert Trevor-Jones, sentencing, said: "According to you the two of you were on friendly terms and there had been no falling out. "You describe her at the time as showing some signs of having been drinking. "It seems you were trying to speak to her to get her to get off, not only by asking but by reinforcing by revving your engine." The judge detailed Kellett drove off "at some considerable speed" before stopping and leaving Ms Curry with serious injuries. Enter your postcode below to find vaccine sites near you Judge Trevor-Jones said: "It is right you remained at the scene following the incident awaiting the arrival of the police and emergency services. You have expressed remorse for what happened and I accept that." The judge noted Kellett had been of good character adding "you are the primary carer for your six-year-old son." Kellett was handed a 12 month sentence suspended for two years as well as 20 Rehabilitation Activity Requirements and 120 hours of unpaid work. She was also disqualified from driving for three years and must take an extended retest and had her licence endorsed. Read More Related Articles Woman dies in house fire 'caused by cigarette' Read More Related Articles Two accused in shooting and raid at farmer's home acquitted and walk free from court

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Liverpool news Mum who broke friend's skull after she sat on car spared jail MetiNews.Com


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Liverpool news Mum who broke friend's skull after she sat on car spared jail MetiNews.Com


Liverpool news Mum who broke friend's skull after she sat on car spared jail MetiNews.Com

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