& # 39; Very unfortunate & # 39; Lamborghini driver accused of running over and killing a 15-year-old girl will not be guilty of dangerous driving because it is a & # 39; terrible, terrible accident & # 39; used to be
- Alexander Campbell does not intend to plead guilty of killing Sophia Naismith
- He is accused of killing and killing the 15-year-old girl in his Lamborghini
- & # 39; He is very sorry and sorry for what happened, & # 39; his lawyer said
A Lamborghini driver accused a fatal crash in which a teenage girl was killed in Adelaide, not planning to be guilty of dangerous driving.
Alexander Campbell's lawyer says that the crash that killed 15-year-old pedestrian Sophia Naismith is a & # 39; terrible, terrible accident & # 39; and had turned the 37-year-old's life upside down.
& # 39; He finds it very regrettable and remorseful about what happened and he has indicated that he is not guilty of the charge and intends to fight it & # 39 ;, said lawyer Craig Caldicott outside the Adelaide court.
Sophia Naismith, 15, was immediately killed when the $ 328,000 car hit her and a friend in Glengowrie, Adelaide
Alex Campbell, 37, (pictured with his wife Diana Pham) does not intend to plead guilty
& # 39; There is no suggestion of alcohol, there is no suggestion of drugs, there is nothing but an accident.
& # 39; It's a terrible accident. & # 39;
Campbell appeared briefly in court on Wednesday, charged with causing death from dangerous driving and causing damage from dangerous driving.
The charges relate to a crash in June in which Naismith and a friend were hit by a car during a walk on a footpath.
The other girl, also 15, was taken to hospital with serious but not life-threatening injury.
At the time, the police claimed that the driver had lost control of the Lamborghini, which had set up the curb and crashed into the front doors of a restaurant.
Pictured: the Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2 2017 that crashed into a Chinese restaurant in Adelaide
Sophia ran with a girlfriend when she was struck by the Lamborghini sports car
Sophia Naismith, 15, was killed immediately when the $ 328,000 car hit her in Glengowrie, Adelaide, before she bumped into a Chinese restaurant on 22 June at 10 p.m.
In court, Mr. Caldicott told the magistrate that his client was being charged with a serious charge and was not meant to plead guilty.
With a request for prosecution, the case was postponed until January with the bail from Campbell.
He did not comment when he left the field.
But Mr. Caldicott said his client had never had problems with the authorities before.
& # 39; Suddenly he got this all over. It's a terrible situation, & he said.
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