Pamela Bayliss of Rippingale near Bourne was over three times the drink-drive limit when she collided head-on with another motorist on the A15 at Haconby her inquest hears
A woman was over three times the drink-drive limit when her car collided head-on with another motorist on the A15 at Haconby, an inquest heard.
Pamela Jill Bayliss, 72, of High Street, Rippingale, died on December 17 last year, when her blue Mini was involved in a head-on collision with a silver Audi A3, driven by a 62-year-old Morton man at about 11am.
Paul Smith, area coroner for Lincolnshire, gave a verdict of death by road traffic collision at her inquest which was held at Boston Coroner’s Court on Tuesday.
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