County Durham driver admits killing young woman passenger by dangerous driving in Blyth

A killer driver has been warned he will be jailed after he admitted causing the death of a young woman. Cameron Holdsworth was driving a Skoda Fabia when it collided with a HGV, killing 21-year-old passenger Hannah Inman. The collision happened on Coniston Road, Blyth, on October 1 2019.

Now Holdsworth, 23, of of Beechwood Road, Fishburn, County Durham, has pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving. During a brief appearance at Newcastle Crown Court, a judge warned him to prepare for prison when he is sentenced on May 10. Judge Christopher Prince told him: “A sentence of immediate custody is inevitable in this case so put your affairs in order in preparation for that sentence being imposed.”

The case was adjourned for pre-sentence reports to be compiled and Holdsworth was released on unconditional bail but was told he is now disqualified from driving.

Cameron Holdsworth

It was at 8.20pm on October 1 2019, officers were called to Coniston Road following the collision between the yellow Skoda and the truck. Emergency services attended the scene and the male driver and female passenger of the Skoda were taken to hospital.

County Durham driver admits killing young woman passenger by dangerous driving in BlythHannah Jane Inman

The passenger, Hannah, died as a result of her injuries. Following her death, Hannah’s family paid tribute to the much-loved woman whose “kindness touched everyone”.

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In a statement, her family said: “Hannah you shining star, you’ll be sadly missed.

“You were bright, beautiful and had a bubbly personality.

“Your kindness touched everyone who ever met you.

“Sleep tight angel, love you always.”

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