Mark Bowman calls for change in 'illogical' traffic laws following Caixia Sun inquest

Following the inquest into the death of Caixia Sun this week, Mark Bowman is supporting a campaign to have the law relating to people driving on private land brought into line with drivers on public roads. Mrs Sun, 50, died at Sunningdale School in 2015 when an uninsured driver and employee of the school crushed her between two cars following a firework display. Mrs Sun's youngest son was a pupil at the school. Because the 19-year-old driver caused the accident on private land belonging to the school, the police could not charge him with any road traffic offences such as causing death by dangerous driving, or careless or inconsiderate driving. The 155-year-old wanton and furious driving offence also did not apply. He is therefore free to continue driving, despite not having a full driving licence when he caused the accident. During the inquest, the family asked the coroner to issue a Preventing Future Deaths report to the Ministry for Justice asking for changes to the law…

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