Eleanor Coleman jailed for A47 fatal Halloween crash


A teenager has said she will never forgive herself after her car crashed on the A47 in Norfolk, killing one of her friends.

Eleanor Coleman, 19, was driving home after an all-night Halloween party last year when she drove into the back of a parked lorry.

Ellie Tweed, 18, died at the scene. Coleman admitted causing death by careless driving and was jailed for 15 months at Norwich Crown Court.

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