Driver of Indian descent imprisoned in the UK after running over a pregnant woman

Nitesh Bissendary, an Indian-origin driver, was sentenced to 16 years in jail for his role in the crash . Bissendary lost control of his Alfa Romeo in Ramsgate, Kent, in August and injured three others, including two children .

London (London) — Nitesh Bissendary, an Indian-origin driver, was sentenced to 16 years in jail for losing control of his Alfa Romeo in Ramsgate, Kent, in August and injuring three others, including two children, according to local police.Following his prison term, Nitesh Bissendary's actions have been nothing short of disgraceful, according to Detective Inspector Lynn Wilczek of Kent Police's Serious Collision Investigation Unit.He has refused to take full responsibility for a horrific incident that was completely avoidable and entirely of his own initiative, running so far as to escape while his victims were wounded and dying.According to him, refusing to admit to being dangerous only added to the family's pain as they were forced to relive the horrific events of the night during his trial.I am happy the jury found it necessary to convict Bissendary for his crimes and that he will now spend a long time in jail where he belongs.

According to the officer, such selfish acts can put lives in jeopardy.Bissendary travelled about 30 meters on the pavement before colliding with pedestrians and then fled the scene immediately afterwards.He returned to the scene of the shooting on foot after failing a roadside drug test that revealed no cocaine residues.Following his arrest, Bissendary appeared to have a vehicle defect that he was attempting to fix, causing him to take his eyes off the road moments before the collision, according to the jury.

There are few things in life as painful as the death of a loved one, particularly when it comes as a result of another's irresponsible conduct.To lose two people at the same time is unimaginable, Wilczek said in the police statement.Bissendary admitted to causing death by distracted driving, but denied the more serious offence of causing death by dangerous driving in addition to causing serious bodily harm by dangerous driving.He also pleaded guilty to assault occasioning real bodily harm, failure to give a sample for analysis, and cocaine possession with intention to sell.

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