wise, she’s fine now.
“Her face was swollen and she had a slight fracture in her leg, but in general she’s not herself.
“She has nightmares and she’s a very nervous passenger now. “These are long-term effects; Bella always tells us she’s scared in the car.” Simpkin, 43, of Kenmore Close, Wardley, was found to have 219mgs of alcohol per 100ml of blood in her system. The legal drink-drive limit is 80mgs. But Simpkin – who was also ordered to pay court costs of £150 – avoided a prison sentence and walked free from court. Furious Peter believes she has been let off easily and should have spent a spell behind bars.
He finished: “If Bella had died, what would the punishment have been? “Would the fine have been lifted to £1,000?
“Is that all my daughter’s safety is worth?
“She’ll have to some bills around for a month and that’s it.
“She’s shown no remorse for what she has done.” Peter Lamb, dad