A 26-year-old woman was sentenced to four years in prison, two of which were suspended, for causing the death of two of the passengers of the vehicle she was driving and causing irreparable harm to another.

The facts occurred on April 4, 2019 on the Espiguette road, a beach located about half an hour from Montpellier.

After a drunken evening, the young woman had taken the wheel, heavily alcoholic.

Multiple violations of the law

She had lost control of her vehicle, the speed of which the expert had estimated at the time of the impact at 128 km/h over a section limited to 50 km/h/She was not insured and her vehicle had not is subject to technical inspection.

The front passenger died instantly.

One of the two rear passengers, neither of whom had a seat belt, had also died.

In addition to his four-year prison sentence, two of which were suspended, the Nîmes court ordered him to be banned from passing his driving license for eight years.

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  • Justice

  • Nimes

  • Alcohol

  • Road accident

  • Speeding

  • Occitania

  • Languedoc Roussillon