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He only hit the brakes when his father shouted ‘stop’, which was 1.2 seconds before impact.
Ormerod’s speed had only been reduced from 42mph to 38mph at the point of impact.
The court heard Ormerod, who had been taking heroin since his mother died in 1999, regularly took advantage of his father and pestered him for money to fuel his addiction.
A HEROIN addict who killed his 80-year-old father after crashing into a parked van while four-and-a-half times over the drug-drive limit has been jailed.
Burnley Crown Court heard how 38-year-old Colin Ormerod ignored repeated warnings from his father Henry to slow down and was weaving in between lanes seconds before the fatal collision.
In her victim personal statement read out by Mr Parker, Paula Ormerod, said: “My two children have lost their grandfather. I feel cheated.” Ormerod, who has 22 convictions for 49 offences, pleaded guilty to causing death by careless driving when unfit through drugs, causing death by careless driving without a licence and causing death by careless driving while uninsured.
The court heard Ormerod had committed 13 offences while out on bail following the fatal crash.
Defending, Philip Holden, said: “The defendant knows he’s going to go to prison for a considerable period of time.