Woman found guilty of killing fiancé by drink driving in Bath, England
Thursday, August 13, 2009
A woman has been found guilty of killing her fiancé after she ran him over while three times over the drink drive limit. Caroline Broad, 41, killed her partner of eight years Christopher Phillips, 40, when she ran him over in the car park of the Full Moon Pub in Twerton, Bath, England on August 17, 2008. Broad has been jailed for three years.
Witness reports say that Ms. Broad was in the car and saw Mr. Phillips slide off the bonnet and then the car continue to drive over him. The couple had been drinking together at the pub for several hours before the incident. Broad denies any wrong doing and says she can't remember the car going forward.
Detective Sergeant Peter Knight released a statement saying that "The events of Sunday August 17, 2008 are yet another example of how the selfish and wholly unnecessary actions of a drunken driver can lead to tragic or nasty circumstances". He also thanked the Twerton community for their help during the investigation.
Ms. Broad and Mr. Phillips had been in a relationship for eight years and ran a tiling business together.
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