Mother admits killing Woolworths delivery truck driver in stolen car crash

A mother of four has admitted killing a delivery driver in a crash in Adelaide’s northern suburbs earlier this year.

Sophie Brine – who has a history of serious driving offences – pleaded guilty to ramming a stolen car into a Woolworths truck at Salisbury South.

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Jatinder Brar, 25, was in the wrong place at the wrong time – delivering groceries when he was struck.

He died at the scene.

The stolen car involved in the crash.Image: SA Police

Brine fled the crash and was chased by police to Taperoo, where she was arrested.

It is alleged 25-year-old Brine was trying to evade police after she was spotted driving around the northern suburbs at speeds in excess of 180kph.

Prior convictions

She was also unlicensed, having been disqualified after a fatal crash in South Australia’s Mid North in 2010 in which two sisters were killed.

One fell from Brine’s car while bonnet surfing.

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The court has previously heard Brine has four children under the age of 10, all of whom have been removed from her care.

After completing his accounting degree at Flinders University at the start of the year, Brar was due to be married within months and was working to support his mother in India.

Brine will face the District Court in November.

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