Football Plymouth goalkeeper Luke McCormick jailed for killing boys in Redhill dirty chat crash A Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper killed two young boys after he fell asleep at the wheel while returning from a team-mate's wedding drunk.
By Nick Britten PM BST 06 Oct Luke McCormick, 25, was desperate to sort out problems with his girlfriend X north escorts Norwich seen driving "like at an idiot" at around 90mph moments before he smashed into a car taking a family on a day.
Arron Peak, 10, and his brother Ben, eight, died instantly while their father Phil, 37, who was driving, suffered serious injuries.
McCormick, the highly-rated Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper, admitted causing death by dangerous driving and being twice over the drink drive limit and was jailed for seven years and four months. Mr Peak and his Keira knightley Brighton bloom dating, Amanda, said they were "pleased that at last Luke McCormick decided to face up to the fact he has caused the deaths of Arron and Ben".
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They added: "However, we are disappointed to discover that he will be eligible for parole after New Watford escorts review three and a half years. Related Articles Footballer jailed over death crash 06 Oct "In court his barrister spoke of the effect this case has had on Luke.
We find this offensive. Our sons will never experience the things Luke has.
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We will both carry the emotional scars forever. He told witnesses at the scene: "I am so sorry, I'm sorry.
I just fell asleep. I fell asleep, I'm sorry. McCormick was openly crying about it, and had exchanged texts and phone calls with his girlfriend during the day about it.
He downed beer and shots of sambuca, and had just two hours sleep before, at 4. He ignored telephone requests from his room-mate to pull over at services.
Judge Paul Glenn told McCormick: "You prioritised your own perceived needs, including, it seems, sorting out your love life over the safety of other Match dating Crosby users. In a victim statement submitted to the judge, Mrs Peak and her husband Phil Peak, told how their lives had been "totally devastated" by the deaths of their sons. The couple wrote: "Our whole lives have been shattered The family received a personal letter of condolence from club manager Sir Alex Ferguson shortly after the boys' death.