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Newmarket woman faces jail term after admitting she caused death of two men


By Newsdesk Newmarket


Ipswich Crown Court (1941846)
Ipswich Crown Court (1941846)

A 32-year-old woman from Newmarket has been warned she faces a jail term after she admitted causing the death of two men in a road crash.

Sadie Fuller, of Exning Road pleaded guilty to two charges of causing death by dangerous driving, one of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and one of having no insurance. She also admitted driving otherwise than in accordance with her licence. A fifth charge of attempting to pervert the course of justice will not be proceeded but will lie on file.

Fuller appeared on Tuesday before Judge John Devaux at Ipswich Crown Court via video link from prison. He warned her she was likely to face a jail sentence when she appears later this month for sentencing.

The charges follow a two- car crash on the B1103 Exning Road, Newmarke,t on May 27 in which Marius Gioacas, 20, of Exeter Road, Newmarket and Paul Gale, 43, of no fixed address, died.

Last month, an inquest into the deaths of the two men was opened and adjourned in Ipswich. The inquest hearing was told that Mr Gioacas died as a result of a severe chest injury and Mr Gale died as a result of a neck injury.

Fuller remains in custody.



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