Disqualified motorist charged after crash
Man in court accused of death by dangerous driving
A DISQUALIFIED driver has been charged after a car crash ended in the death of a mother.
Carl Morris, 32, from Hayes, appeared in custody at Hendon Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, January 8, charged with causing death by dangerous driving, causing death while driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence, causing death while driving with no insurance and causing death while driving while disqualified.
The collision happened in Eastcote Lane, Harrow, on Saturday, December 27. Faye Norris, 31, was travelling as a passenger in her Vauxhall Corsa when it was in collision with other cars in the road.
in hospital, but died of her injuries on Saturday, January 3.
Touching tributes were paid on Facebook and thousands of pounds has been raised through a crowdfunding website set up to raise money for her young son Harley.
Family member Maxine, who set up the page, wrote: “Faye, you were one of the bubbliest people to ever walk the earth.
“We all know how much you love Harley and would do anything for him and for that reason this page will continue.
“We know that you would love for him, when he’s ready, to do something special for himself with this money raised.”
Morris has been remanded in custody and will next appear at Harrow Crown Court on Monday, January 26.
n TRIBUTES: Faye Norris