Crash victim's family back campaign for tougher sentences
E YORKS: The family of a man who was killed when his friend crashed his high- powered car into a tree are backing a campaign for tougher sentences for killer drivers.
Paul Gibbs and Daniel Mooring were killed when David Bradley lost control of his Subaru Impreza and crashed into a tree in Boothferry Road, west Hull, in August last year.
He was jailed for 12 months after admitting causing death by careless driving and spent four months in prison before being released.
Mr Mooring's family are now supporting a campaign launched by MP Stephen Barclay calling for stiffer sentences.
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Hull Crown Court heard Bradley, of Winthorpe Road, Hessle, had been travelling at speeds of up to 60mph before he lost control and hit the kerb. The car flew in the air and struck a tree, causing fatal injuries to Mr Gibbs, 45, and Mr Mooring, 35.
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