Stourbridge pair jailed for 14 years after high-speed chase led to teen mum's death

Nadine Foster died as a result of the crash

Two Stourbridge drivers involved in a high-speed road race that led to the death of a teenage mother have been jailed for a total of 14 years.

25-year-old Joseph Chance of Murcroft Road was jailed for eight years while 24-year-old Dylan Stringer of Wychbury Road was locked away for six years – both for causing death by dangerous driving.

19-year-old Nadine Foster had given birth to a baby boy just five months before she died of catastrophic injuries in the crash.

Chance was driving 78mph along Hagley Road with Stringer just seconds behind him when Stringer lost control of his car and ploughed into a bus stop and wall – Miss Foster, his girlfriend and front seat passenger, died four days later.

Stringer was banned from driving for 13 years and Chance for 14 years. The judge said it was their racing that lead to the death of Miss Foster.


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