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This is the horrible moment when a teenage girl crashed her mother’s car into her ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend in an ‘uncontrollable rage’.
Lydia Baya, 18, had collided with her 19-year-old ex-partner and the 16-year-old girl on Pershore Road in Selly Park, southwest of Birmingham.
After running the couple over in a ‘deliberate act of reckless driving’, Baya crashed the black Renault Captur into a bus stop, injuring two more pedestrians.
CCTV footage filmed from an oncoming bus captured the vehicle as it stopped on the sidewalk, where Baya left it as she drove away.
Berry, from Dudley, West Midlands, was jailed Wednesday for more than three years.
Bus passengers and other members of the public rushed to help the victims who were treated at the hospital.
The road was closed for several hours near BP’s garage as emergency services rushed to the scene shortly after 1 p.m. on Aug. 14 last year.
A 58-year-old woman suffered a broken pelvis and was afraid to leave her home, police revealed.
A second woman, aged 45, received cuts and bruises, as did the ex-boyfriend and the girl. All three have recovered from their minor injuries.
Baya was arrested a short distance away on suspicion of attempted murder.
He pleaded guilty to two counts of attempting to cause serious bodily harm and one count of causing serious injury by dangerous driving at Wolverhampton Crown Court on November 17.
Baya was jailed for three and a half years for attempting to cause serious bodily injury and for two and a half years, for running simultaneously, for causing serious injuries by dangerous driving.
You will be banned from driving for 12 months after his release and will be required to take an extended test before being allowed to drive again.
The court heard that she had driven her ex-boyfriend and the girl she was with after rowing with him.
DC Andy Jones, from the force’s Public Protection Unit, said: ‘The consequences of Baya’s uncontrollable anger that day were catastrophic.
“It is pure chance that the wounds of the victims were not more serious or even fatal.”