Teen smoked cannabis, drank alcohol before fatal drive with friend

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Daisy Jaul Davidge wants to say sorry for what she did to Tyler Groves. But Groves’ mother says that opportunity has gone. “I was prepared for an apology,” Kelly Groves said in the Palmerston North District Court on Monday. “That apology never came.” ​Davidge, 17, stood in the dock to be sentenced for drink-driving causing Tyler Groves’ death. She crashed the car the pair were travelling in at 3.40am on August 26 by failing to take an easy right-hand bend on Cemetery Rd, Sanson, in Manawatū.

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