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The sobbing mother of one of two star runners mowed down by a soldier who jumped a red light told the man 'I don't get my daughter back in three years', as he was jailed for six years for the crash - a sentence that could be reduced to three years with good behaviour.
Stacey Burrows, 16, was on a training run with 17-year-old Lucy Pygott when they were hit by Michael Casey's speeding black Ford Focus in Aldershot, Hampshire, on November 8 last year.
Casey, 24, of Tottenham, north London, who had drunk four pints of lager and a jug of cocktail called the Godfather, was jailed for six years today after he admitted two counts of causing death by dangerous driving at Winchester Crown Court.
Stacey's mother, Helen, told Casey following the sentencing: 'I do not get my daughter back in three years, do I.' - a reference to the amount of time Casey will likely serve with good behaviour.
He told the court: 'I heard a loud bang and screams and ran down the steps frantically looking for Stacey only to be stopped by one of the parents who told me 'It's Stacey'.'Then I saw Stacey lying in the road with people trying to help her, I felt I died with Stacey that night, I cried with fear and I froze with shock.'Describing the impact on the family, Mr Burrows added: 'We just miss her so much it's painful.'Lucy's mother Lisa Pygott today describing seeing her daughter's bloodied body after she was run down, and said: 'That image traumatises me, it will stay with me until I die.
No parent should ever have to see their innocent blameless child pointlessly killed.'Speaking of her family's 'constant and unremitting pain', she added: 'Our lives are bleak and dark without her.In earlier seasons, he is identified by his tendency to issue orders on notepads, to avoid being recorded, a tendency which he fully abandons by the fourth season.In his appearance in the season 4 premiere, he discovers that James Whistler, the man Michael was forced to break out of Sona, is a traitor.The suicide bomber who blew himself up at a pop concert killing 22 people including young children has been named as Salman Abedi.ISIS have claimed responsibility after the terrorist set off a ball bearing bomb at an Ariana Grande concert, in the worst terror attack Britain has seen since the 7/7 London bombings.He appears only fleetingly in his first two seasons, as William Kim's shadowy superior and architect of Michael Scofield's incarceration at Sona.