THE FATHER of a seven-year-old girl who died after the quad bike she was riding collided with a Range Rover in Essex has been charged with manslaughter. Elizabeth Cooke died in hospital after the crash on Boxing Day in the village of Blackmore near
A DRUNK BIKER whose friend was killed in a crash while riding pillion has been spared jail, after the father of the deceased pleaded with the judge for a non-custodial sentence.Ross Humphreys, 30, from Kent, took his best friend, Arran Nadal
A FATHER has been given a nine-month suspended prison sentence, after admitting manslaughter over the death of his daughter in quad bike crash. Gary Cooke, 46, from Blackmore, Essex, was also banned from riding quad bikes on public roads for two
SPEAKING PUBLICALLY for the first time since his father passed away last Friday, Kelly Knievel has confirmed more details of the funeral arrangements for his father. "We're throwing a funeral," son Kelly Knievel said Tuesday in a phone interview
POLICE INVESTIGATING the death of a seven-year-old girl who was killed riding a quad bike she was given as a Christmas present have arrested her father. Elizabeth Cooke and her brother Jack, 10, were riding behind a Range Rover driven
on his 1300cc Suzuki Hayabusa on the A361 North Devon Link road near South Molton when he was caught by a police camera, reports BBC News. Bennett admitted dangerous driving and was bailed until March for sentencing. He was also banned from driving until
injuries. It's not clear whether the rider was wearing a helmet.Sources say, the boy's father witnessed the accident. The teenager remains in intensive car at Ninewells hospital.
See Zac in actionA DEDICATED father has designed a prosthetic limb for his motorbike mad son, helping the teenager to get to grips with his off road motorcycle, says today's Daily Mail. Chris Pomphrey, 50, came up with the design with the help
classic Harley-Davidson motorcycle.Knievel, 47, has chosen to turn his back on modern, easier-to-jump machinery and instead will ride a Harley Davidson XR-750: the same machine used by his late father in the Wembley attempt 35 years ago. "Daredevils are a
A MOTORCYCLIST in Canada and his 16-year-old daughter were killed after their machine struck a stationary car, after the driver of the vehicle had stopped in the middle of the road to let a family of ducks cross.The tragedy also almost claimed the life of the pair's wife and moth...
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