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Drivers involved in double death crash in Bradford jailed for total of 15 years

Drivers involved in double death crash in Bradford jailed for total of 15 years
Drivers involved in double death crash in Bradford jailed for total of 15 years

Drivers involved in double death crash in Bradford jailed for total of 15 years

TWO drivers involved in a double death crash while racing each other on a major road in Bradford were today jailed for a total of 15 years.
Muhammad Sikder, 27, of Sylhet Close, Manningham, and Ismail Miah, 23, of Springfield Place, Manningham, had both pleaded guilty to two charges of causing death by dangerous driving.
Manningham Taxis driver Mirza Abdul Malick, 64, and his passenger, former antiques restorer Paul Hayward, 55, died at the scene of a three-car crash on the A650 ShipleyAiredale Road, shortly before 11am on Saturday, January 2, this year.


Mr Malick’s Proton cab was struck by a BMW, driven by Sikder, who had been racing Miah, who was driving a Range Rover, which also hit the BMW.
The BMW and Range Rover were both travelling at about 70mph in the 40mph zone before the crash.  
Today, Skider and Miah were jailed for seven-and-half years each by Judge Jonathan Durham Hall at Bradford Crown Court.
Sentencing them, Judge Durham Hall said the case was a "disaster for all concerned".



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