Eight years in prison for driver who killed teenage cyclist while nearly three times over drink drive limit

Jordan Seddon died after being knocked off his by by Shellon Wardle

Shelleen Wardle (left) was sentenced to eight years in prison over the death of Jordan Seddon

(Image credit: Cleveland Police)

A driver has been sentenced to eight years in prison after being found guilty of causing the death of a teenage cyclist while behind the wheel at nearly three times the drink drive limit.

17-year-old Jordan Seddon died shortly after being knocked off his bike by Shelleen Wardle while cycling home along a cycle lane on Cargo Fleet Road in Middlesbrough in the early hours of September 3.

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