Samuel Etherington admits causing the death of Jasmine Allsop and Olivia Lewry by dangerous driving in Gosport

Samuel Etherington
Samuel Etherington
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A MAN has admitted causing the death of two teenagers following a crash in Gosport.

Samuel Etherington, 20, was driving a green Honda Civic that hit Jasmine Allsop and Olivia Lewry.

FRIENDS Jasmine Allsop, left, with Olivia Lewry

FRIENDS Jasmine Allsop, left, with Olivia Lewry

Jasmine, 14, who lived yards from where the crash happened near the Ann’s Hill Road junction with Brougham Street at about 4.15am on November 3, died at the scene.

Best friend Olivia, 16, was taken to hospital where she later died.

Unemployed sports coach Etherington, of Stoners Close, Gosport, who was unhurt, had denied two counts of manslaughter.

However he admitted two counts of causing death by dangerous driving which was accepted by the Crown Prosecution Service at Winchester Crown Court.