Man jailed for seven years for causing death by dangerous driving

Umalat Pliev.

Umalat Pliev. - Credit: Archant

A 32-year-old-man has been jailed after being convicted of causing death by dangerous driving and causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

Umalat Pliev, of Dingley Court, Peterborough, appeared at Peterborough Crown Court on Friday and was sentenced to seven years in prison for causing death by dangerous driving and 20 months for causing serious injury, to run concurrently.

He was also given a 10 year disqualification from driving for causing death by dangerous driving and a five year disqualification from driving for causing serious injury, again to run concurrently, as well as an extended retest.

Pliev was arrested following reports of a road traffic collision in Hartwell Way, Peterborough, on September 15.

The Volkswagen Golf GTi, being driven by Pliev, left the road and hit a tree and a lamp post, resulting in the death of 29-year-old Emma Noonan, from Peterborough, who was a passenger in the front of the car.


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A second passenger in the rear of the car, a 25-year-old man from London, suffered serious injuries.

Collision Investigator, PC James Thorne, said: “This is a tragic incident which has had a devastating effect on the victim’s family.

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“The sentence passed today should serve as a stark warning that any amount of illegal drug use can impair your ability to drive and can have fatal consequences.”

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