Tragic Bethany Fisher’s family are fighting to get the driver that killed her locked up for longer.
The 19-year-old died when Jordan O’Donnell’s Ford Mondeo smashed into parked vehicles in Bedlington , with Bethany in the back seat.
O’Donnell admitted causing death by dangerous driving and was jailed for six years at Newcastle Crown Court earlier this month.
But after hearing the killer driver could spend as little as two-and-half years behind bars, Bethany’s family have vowed to fight for a longer sentence.
Bethany’s mum, Isabel Easson, has now made an official request to appeal against the sentence in a bid to get O’Donnell’s prison term increased.
And today the tragic teen’s aunt, Suzanne Scott, has told how the family do not believe they have yet got justice for Bethany.
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