A 23-YEAR-OLD man who drove the wrong way down a motorway slip road has been jailed for more than nine years after killing two in a horror smash.
Taryl Moxam had been out drinking with friends in Leeds when he stormed out of a hotel after an argument and drove away on April 3 last year.
He was twice over the limit for both drink and drugs when he smashed into a Vauxhall Insignia on Junction 26 of the M62.
Moxam, who suffered a broken wrist in the crash, was charged last month with causing the deaths of father-of-two Adam Afsar, 34, and 27-year-old Jason Wilby by dangerous driving.
Moxam, from Barlborough in Derbyshire, pleaded guilty earlier this week at Bradford Crown Court, The Mirror reports.
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Mr Afsar was a father-of-two who died alongside former security officer Mr Wilby while on his first shift for a delivery firm last Easter Monday.
Judge David Hatton QC said he had “no hesitation in imposing the maximum sentence” for causing death by dangerous driving of 14 years, which was reduced to nine years four months due to Moxam pleading guilty at the earliest opportunity.
Detective Sergeant Carl Quinn, of the Major Collision Enquiry Team, said: “This was a tragic incident in which two men lost their lives.
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