(CMR) Kelsy Martinez Ebanks, who last month pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving in the 2021 fatal crash that killed American Kiarah Perkins Williams, has also pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm in relation to the same crash.
Martinez Ebanks pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving last month but was awaiting a decision by the Director of Public Prosecution before entering a plea in the second charge. He pleaded guilty when he appeared in court on Friday, 15 September.
Perkins Williams, a Health Services Authority (HSA) medical ward nurse, was killed when the Honda Fit she was driving collided with a Changan CS75 driven by Martinez Ebanks shortly after 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, 23 May 2021.
Five people from both vehicles, including Martinez Ebanks, were injured in the collision, including another nurse. They were all taken to the hospital where Perkins Williams was pronounced dead, and the others admitted.
Martinez Ebanks' bail was extended for him to return to court on 10 November, when he is expected to be sentenced.