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Dad-of-two out of second chances after latest horror crash on A63
2021-09-07 04:00:00
A serial dangerous driver who smashed into a car at high speed on the A63 after jumping two red lights has been jailed. Kieran Stutt has finally run out of chances after he narrowly escaped jail last year following some shocking driving as he sped through Hull’s streets using a mobile phone and forcing a motorcyclist off the road. But that court appearance did not provide a wake-up call and on December 23 last year he once again put lives at risk. For all the latest court news, click here Shocking CCTV footage was shown at Hull Crown Court which showed a car waiting at the lights to cross Roger Millward Way towards Hull city centre at 10.45pm. But as the car moved off when the lights turned green, Stutt’s car smashed into the side of the vehicle at high speed after going through two red lights. While fellow motorists rushed to the scene to help those involved, Stutt was seen pouring away a bottle, thought to contain alcohol, before fleeing the scene. The driver of the other vehicle was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary but there is no indication he suffered significant injuries. Stutt, 30, previously pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, driving while disqualified and failing to stop. He also breached a suspended sentence. This is the third dangerous driving offence Stutt has committed and he clearly ran out of chances. Just last year he was handed a 14-month prison sentence suspended for two years was spotted by police driving aggressively along Southcoates Lane in a Nissan Qashqai in July 2019. The traffic lights on Roger Millward Way (Image: Kate Pugh) Police tracked him along Eskdale Avenue and then on to Preston Road during the chase while officers noticed Stutt was also using a mobile phone as he raced through the streets. Officers were about to get out of their car to speak to the defendant but he then set off again with a wheel spin. There was a motorbike coming in the opposite direction which had to swerve and take evasive action to avoid a collision and ended up on the pavement. Your free Hull Courts newsletter We report from Hull's courts every week. So for the latest headlines and stories from Hull Crown and Magistrates Courts, subscribe to our free newsletter, sent out twice a week. It's free, easy and takes no time at all. Just click on this link to our newsletter sign-up centre. Stutt, of Southcoates Lane, east Hull, was back in court but even his solicitor Chloe Ogley accepted jail was th

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