Melbourne, Nov 16 (ANI): An Indian origin driver in Australia, Amrick Sing Thind, has been sentenced to three years and five months of imprisonment over a crash that led to the death of an unborn baby.
Thind pleaded guilty to five counts of dangerous driving causing serious injury and one of failing to stop after an accident.
News.com.au quoted Victorian County Court Judge Meryl Sexton as saying that his driving was dangerous, aggressive and erratic and put people at risk.
Twenty-three-year-old Thind was reportedly driving erratically when he hit a four-wheel drive, which in turn crashed into an oncoming car driven by Hannah Robert in suburban Oakleigh on December 27, last year.
Robert, who was eight months pregnant, lost her unborn baby in the crash. (ANI)