Lorry driver jailed after A52 death crash
A lorry driver who caused a fatal crash in which a charity worker was killed and her colleague left with life-changing injuries was today (Friday) jailed for 16 months at Lincoln Crown Court.
Dorin-Silviu Buinea was driving along the A52 on December 14 last year, heading for his firm’s depot at Donington when he struck a lorry from behind as the other vehicle waited to turn right.
Buinea's lorry then went into the path of a car driven by Dawn Crisp in which her work colleague Katie Ablewhite was a passenger. The women were on their way to Boston for work.
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