Par­ents feel lack of jus­tice

Gatton Star - - NEWS -

GAT­TON truck driver Craig An­drew Yen­sch, 41, has been found guilty of dan­ger­ous driv­ing that killed Gympie dairy farmer Jeremy Josef­ski and his friend Nicole Daly three years ago.

The duo had been driv­ing on the Newell High­way in cen­tral NSW when the in­ci­dent oc­curred.

Yen­sch was found guilty of dan­ger­ous driv­ing caus­ing Josef­ski and Daly’s deaths and was sen­tenced in Al­bury, NSW, to a two-year in­ten­sive cor­rec­tion or­der, a form of su­per­vi­sion in the com­mu­nity, and had his li­cence dis­qual­i­fied for 12 months.

Yen­sch was driv­ing one of the ve­hi­cles in­volved in the hor­ror crash on Oc­to­ber 16, 2015, in West Wya­long, NSW.

Both Josef­ski’s and Daly’s fam­i­lies watched last Fri­day’s out­come via video link in the Gympie court­house.

Dur­ing Yen­sch’s trial last year, it took the jury just 17 min­utes to de­liver a guilty ver­dict and since then his sen­tenc­ing had been ad­journed in the NSW courts three times.

Josef­ski’s par­ents, Garry and Deb­bie, said they felt like jus­tice had not been done.

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