Apprentice driver, 18 years old, who fell against a tree where his 15-year-old girlfriend was killed, is imprisoned for four years
- Student driver Joshua Lewis, 18, crashed into a tree and killed the 15-year-old girlfriend
- Georgia Larsen died in the hospital after the crash in Longwarry, near Melbourne
- Lewis was sentenced to four years in prison at a juvenile facility
A student driver who crashed into a tree and killed his 15-year-old girlfriend was sentenced to four years in prison at a juvenile facility.
Joshua Lewis was February 18 last year when he borrowed a car, lied about having a provisional driver's license, and ran off the road in Longwarry, southeast of Melbourne.
His passenger, Georgia Larsen, died of her injuries later in the hospital.
An apprentice driver who crashed into a tree and killed his 15-year-old girlfriend Georgia Larsen (photo) has been sentenced to four years in prison at a juvenile facility.
Lewis's passenger, Georgia Larsen, later died in the hospital of her injuries
Her family cried when County Court Judge Mark Gamble pronounced a sentence on Wednesday and said Lewis was too psychologically vulnerable to an adult prison.
& # 39; Your decision to drive that morning was a calculated rather than a spontaneous one, & # 39; the judge said and noted the & # 39; tragic consequences & # 39; on.
& # 39; The life of a bright and vibrant girl has been taken. & # 39;
Georgia became by her school, Drouin Secondary College, after her death as & # 39; compassionate and generous & # 39; described.
The & # 39; lively, sparkling and enthusiastic & # 39; teenager from Garfield was an enthusiastic netball player and a & # 39; capable young lady & # 39 ;, said Donna Marsh from Cora Lynn Netball Club.
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