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Illegal Migrant drug dealer jailed after ‘catastrophic’ crash which killed bus driver

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An Albanian drug dealer who crashed into a bus, killing its 60-year-old driver and injuring 14 passengers, has been locked up for seven years and eight months.

Dorjan Cera sped over a junction and struck a single-decker bus being driven by victim Kenneth Matcham shortly after 10pm on October 31 last year.

Seven people suffered “serious” injuries, including passenger Paul Wassell, who broke his spine in “three or four places” when he was “ejected” from the bus, the court heard.

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Drug dealer locked up over 'catastrophic' crash which killed bus driver
60-year-old Victim Kenneth Matcham – Image: Google Images

The court heard that Cera had arrived in the UK from Albania at the age of 15 and had his application for asylum rejected in February this year.

Prosecutor Nathan Rasiah said Cera’s driving on 31 October had been “appalling”.

He said: “The defendant drove his car at speed across a junction with a main road and collided with a bus.

“The impact of the collision forced the bus into the wrong lane, causing it to collide with another bus travelling in the opposite direction.

“Mr Kenneth Matcham, the driver of the first bus, was ejected from the vehicle as a result of the collision and died from his injuries, and a number of the passengers suffered serious injuries.”

Drug dealer locked up over 'catastrophic' crash which killed bus driver
JAILED: Dorjan Cera – Image: Google Images

Cera pleaded guilty in June to causing Mr Matcham’s death by dangerous driving. He also admitted seven further counts of causing injury by dangerous driving, being unlicensed and uninsured, and possession of an identity document with improper intent.

He tested positive for cocaine during a roadside drugs wipe test, but a subsequent blood test was negative, the court heard.

According to court accounts, Cera was on licence at the time of the crash, having been sentenced to two years in detention in September 2018 for possession with intent to supply class A drugs, driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence and without insurance, and possession of false identity documents, the court was told.

Sentencing Cera, of East Walk, Hillingdon, west London, Judge Wendy Joseph QC said: “I am entirely satisfied that driving at excessive speed towards the junction with a main road, on the wrong side of the carriageway and making no effort to slow, stop or make observations before entering the junction indicates a flagrant disregard for the rules of the road and an apparent disregard for the great danger being caused to others.”

Cera was sentenced to incarceration for a period of seven years and eight months and also banned from holding a driving licence for 11 years and four months.

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