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Woman 'caused fatal accident' when she crashed into another car

Woman 'caused fatal accident' when she crashed into another car - and then found out the victim was her SISTER

A 20-year-old woman crashed into another car killing the driver only to discover the victim was her sister, a court has heard.

Rosie-Ann Stone was not told until after the incident that the woman who died in the accident was her older sibling Jennie.

Jennie, a final-year student at the University of Lincoln’s Hull campus, was driving a Peugeot 206 towards Bridlington when it collided with a Vauxhall Astra being driven by her younger sister Rosie-Ann.

The car then crashed into a tree.

Jennie had just dropped her son Charlie, then aged nine, at Skipsea Primary School.

Rosie-Ann did not know her sister Jennie was on the same stretch of road when the crash happened.

The pair were driving back from Skipsea, East Yorkshire, where Rosie-Ann had been helping her sister get ready to move house.

Rosie-Ann is accused of failing to look in her mirror and pulling out to overtake when it was not safe to do so but has pleaded not guilty to a charge of causing death by careless driving.

Speaking at Bridlington Magistrates’ Court as Rosie-Ann made her first appearance, prosecutor Clive Jones said: ‘Issues of this type are always difficult to deal with, they’re always tragic with no winners, only losers.

‘This particular case is doubly tragic because there were two cars involved and the driver of the other car was the older sister of Rosie.

‘No doubt unknown to Rosie, her sister was also in that queue of slow-moving vehicles.’

Rosie-Ann elected to be tried by jury at Hull Crown Court and was granted unconditional bail until Thursday, September 5.

Jennie Stone (left) was killed when a car being driven by her sister Rosie-Ann (right) collided with her car

Jennie Stone (left) was killed when a car being driven by her sister Rosie-Ann (right) collided with her car

Together: Rosie-Ann (left) and Jennie Stone (right) being comforted as the body of their brother Gregg is repatriated

Together: Rosie-Ann (left) and Jennie Stone (right) being comforted as the body of their brother Gregg is repatriated

Tragic: Jennie Stone was killed in February when the car she was travelling in hit a tree. Her sister is being prosecuted for the crash and last year, her brother died in Afghanistan

Tragic: Jennie Stone was killed in February when the car she was travelling in hit a tree. Her sister is being prosecuted for the crash and last year, her brother died in Afghanistan

Private Gregg Stone who was killed in action in Afghanistan with his sisters Rosie-Ann and Jennie

Private Gregg Stone who was killed in action in Afghanistan with his sisters Rosie-Ann and Jennie

She was watched from the public gallery by her parents Bob and Angie.

During a break in the proceedings, Rosie-Ann's father gave his daughter a thumbs-up and she blew him a kiss before letting out a deep sigh.

Mrs Stone, 56, has spoken of the decision to prosecute her daughter.

She said: 'Have our family not lost enough already? It is like being trapped in a bad, bad dream.'

'Even Jennie’s son Charlie knew Rosie was in the other car and he said to us "I don’t want anything to happen to you, Rosie. I don’t want you to go to court and get in trouble".

Heartbreak: Tributes to Jennie Stone were left at the scene where she died on the A165

Heartbreak: Tributes to Jennie Stone were left at the scene where she died on the A165

Ms Stone says Jennie, pictured, would be mortified at the thought of her sister being prosecuted for the car crash

Their mother Mrs Stone says Jennie, pictured, would be mortified at the thought of her sister being prosecuted for the car crash

'There is nothing to be achieved apart from destroying the family even more. I thought the CPS was human. Enough, enough, the family have suffered enough.'

Tragedy struck the family last year when the sisters' brother Private Gregg Stone was shot dead in Afghanistan.

Her late brother, Private Stone, of the 3rd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment, was shot dead as he took part in a mission to rescue an Afghan policeman in Helmand Province on June 3 last year.

The young soldier, who had been in Afghanistan for less than a month, had been told in the last few days that his wife Samantha was pregnant with his first child.

He was shot dead as his task force successfully saved policeman Abdul Walid from insurgents who captured him at a checkpoint.

Private Gregg Thomas Stone, from the 3rd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment, was the first of the sibling to be killed. He died in Afghanistan on Sunday June 3 2012 when trying to rescue an Afghan policeman

Private Gregg Thomas Stone, from the 3rd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment, was the first of the sibling to be killed. He died in Afghanistan on Sunday June 3 2012 when trying to rescue an Afghan policeman

Tragedy struck the family last year when the sisters' brother Private Gregg Stone was killed in Afghanistan. Picture shows Jennie, far left, standing next to Rosie-Ann (second from left) during their brother's repatriation

Tragedy struck the family last year when the sisters' brother Private Gregg Stone was killed in Afghanistan. Picture shows Jennie, far left, standing next to Rosie-Ann (second from left) during their brother's repatriation

Tributes poured in for Pte Stone who was only deployed to the war-torn country on May 13 as part of 6 Platoon, Burma Company.

His widow at the time said: 'Gregg and I were childhood sweethearts and we met at school - he was my soulmate.

'He was a brilliant husband and a family man who loved his family. He was always the one to want to make us laugh - he always cheered everyone up.

'He was proud to be a soldier and for what he had achieved in his work. He would also want me to mention his dog Benji, who he loved to bits.'

Private Stone was the 417th member of UK forces to die since operations in Afghanistan began in October 2001.

An inquest found he had been unlawfully killed.

United Kingdom , Traffic Safety

Date: 12/24/2013 10:20:05 AM

By: YASA WEB , www.dailymail.co.uk
 
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