Beer motor home driver admits crash blame

Police cordon surrounds crumpled front of motor home Two teenage girls were seriously hurt in the crash

The driver of a motor home which hit a group of teenagers in an east Devon village, has pleaded guilty to causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

Arnold Kasserra, 67, from Germany, was at the wheel of the vehicle when it crashed through a wall in Beer in July.

Two teenage girls were seriously hurt in the collision.

At Exeter Magistrates' Court, Kasserra was temporarily disqualified from driving. He will be sentenced next month.

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