Driver accused of texting minutes before crash that killed Jason Lowndes

Supported by The driver who struck and killed Australian racer Jason Lowndes will stand trial after allegedly sending text messages in the minutes leading up to the crash. Twenty-one-year-old Billie Rodda is accused of sending seven text messages and receiving 10 in a conversation with her boyfriend, while driving on the morning of December 22, 2017. The … The post Driver accused of texting minutes before crash that killed Jason Lowndes appeared first on CyclingTips .

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