Teenager charged over Great Barr dog walker car crash

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Footage of the scene of the crash was viewed by millions when it was released by West Midlands Police earlier this year

A teenager has been charged after a dog walker was knocked down and her pet killed by a motorist.

The woman was injured in Doe Bank Lane, Great Barr, on 22 July, but her dog Millie died at the side of the road.

Kallum Aish, 18, from Finchley Road, Kingstanding, is due at Birmingham Magistrates Court on 28 January.

He is charged with causing serious injury by dangerous driving, failing to stop at the scene of an accident and driving with no insurance or licence.

The teenager is also accused of criminal damage and cannabis possession.

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