Drunk Driver Who Left Two Young Mothers Paralyzed After High-Speed Crash Spared Electronic Tag So He Can Go On Stag Do In Portugal

Drunk Driver Who Left Two Young Mothers Paralyzed After High-Speed Crash Spared Electronic Tag So He Can Go On Stag Do In Portugal
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Some accidents chop off the nose, and like that's not bad enough, some accidents can surely get worse than that!

Jon Morton, 32, was pleaded guilty to drink-driving and driving without due care and attention in March. Due to his negligence, two young mothers were severely injured, one of whom is still in the hospital. But despite the horrific pain that Jon has caused, he was allowed by the court to ditch his electronic tag so he could attend a stag in Portugal. The incident has sparked tremendous outrage, and the whole story is bound to shock you!

Jon Morton

Jon Morton

Jon Morton (right), 32, is responsible for destroying the lives of two young mothers, and yet, he has been allowed to jet off to a friend's stag party.

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Amy Baxter (left) and Hayley Jones (right)

Amy Baxter (left) and Hayley Jones (right)
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Amy Baxter (left) and Hayley Jones (right) were seriously injured in the car-smash accident that occurred due to Jon's drunken driving.

Morton was let off his curfew despite his actions, and this has come as a serious shock.

Morton was let off his curfew despite his actions, and this has come as a serious shock.
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Amy Baxter before the accident

Amy Baxter before the accident
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Amy Baxter after the accident

Amy Baxter after the accident
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Amy is still in hospital, 16 months after the accident. She has also not been able to meet with her young children for seven months because her head injuries were too distressing.