A young driver who admitted causing the deaths of two teenage girls by careless driving has been ordered to carry out community service by a judge.
Jordan Clayton, 20, was handed 150 hours unpaid work for causing death by careless driving after a collision that claimed the lives of Chorley teenagers Jade Pickering and Tia Guye, both 16.
The students, who both lived on Eaves Lane, were described in court as being bright, bubbly and popular.
Speaking outside Bolton Crown Court yesterday, Jade's mum Nicola Pickering, said she was 'disgusted' with the outcome.
She said: "As a family we are devastated and disgusted at this shambles of a trial.
'They say British justice is envied all over the world, but all we can honestly ask is why?' Read More