Cades Bay Man Admits To Killing Toddler In Road Fatality Case

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A Cades Bay man will be sentenced in November after admitting to causing the death of 3-year-old Jadianne Spencer in 2017.

Regino Nicholas pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving in the High Court today.

Nicholas was driving a Toyota Corolla in Johnson’s Point when he reportedly lost control of the vehicle before colliding with three pedestrians.

Spencer, her mother, Honora Thomas and aunt, Carol Richards were all rushed to the hospital, where the toddler succumbed to her injuries.

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  1. Yes It is sad on both sides esp for the three innocent victims…… however, our youngsters need to be responsible…… Northsound is where a speeding track is located; drive fast there and not on the streets within the villages….. Our laws need to severely deal with these irresponsible drivers and teach them a lesson……. Who cant here should feel!!!

    • U don’t know the situation he wasn’t speeding so all this talk bout north sound wasn’t nessecery smh the family forgive him who are u to judge him

    • U don’t have to be speeding to loose control of vehicle any thing can happen were u there a lot of u just love to judge ppl chupzz

  2. U don’t know the situation he wasn’t speeding so all this talk bout north sound wasn’t nessecery smh the family forgive him who are u to judge him

  3. They need to be held responsible for their actions with their reckless driving, the only people I sympathize with are the 3 victims especially the lady who lost her baby.

  4. Who pays those hospital bills and funeral cost.?? Do you get physically injured and financially ruined as well. It it is not the guilty party then laws need to change and mandatory compensation ordered by the trial judges.

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