"I think I"m going to die": Chilling last words of schoolgirl, 14, who predicted her death on Facebook minutes before she was killed by…

'I think I'm going to die': Chilling last words of schoolgirl, 14, who predicted her death on Facebook minutes before she was killed by drink-driver Kayleigh Lawrie, 14, died when travelling in car of HGV driver Steven HayterHayter was twice the limit when the car flew 60ft through the air into a ditchHe was trying to retrieve a cigarette from the foot well when the car crashedKayleigh wanted to get out of the car but was told not to be so 'stupid' By Emily Davies PUBLISHED: 17:05 GMT, 19 March 2013 | UPDATED: 09:25 GMT, 20 March 2013 A terrified teenage girl predicted her own death on Facebook just minutes before she lost her life at the hands of a drunken driver, a court heard today. Kayleigh Lawrie, 14, pleaded to be allowed to get out of the car being driven by her father's friend because she was so scared by his ‘Formula One’ style driving.

A bit too much Va Va Voom: Disabled driver in 150 mile terror drive as accelerator jams at 125mph on dual carriageway

Driver in 150-mile terror drive as accelerator JAMS at 125mph on French dual carriageway Frank Lecerf, 36, was on way to hypermarket when car developed a faultRenault accelerated to top speed of 125mph on 60mph dual carriagewayHe called police who sent out safety convoyHe flew through three toll booths and in and out of traffic til petrol run out By Peter Allen PUBLISHED: 15:43 GMT, 13 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:15 GMT, 14 February 2013 A driver who was trapped in a car travelling at 125mph with a jammed accelerator and no brakes today said: ‘It was as if my life was flashing before me’. Frank Lecerf, 36, was on his way to do his shopping at a hypermarket when his Renault Laguna developed a fault close to his home in Pont-de-Metz, near Amiens, in northern France. The vehicle, which was specially adapted for disabled drivers, started to accelerate as Mr Lecerf drove along a dual carriageway with a speed limit of 60mph.

M4 crash driver Karl Josiah, 23, lay dead in his Renault Clio for almost a week after skidding off motorway

Pictured: Young driver, 23, who lay dead in his Renault Clio for almost a week after skidding off motorway Karl Josiah is believed to have skidded off the M4 in heavy snow on Jan 18Car wreckage lay undiscovered until the ice began to thaw on Jan 23 By Suzannah Hills PUBLISHED: 17:16 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:49 GMT, 1 February 2013 Found: Karl Josiah's body is believed to have been in his snow-covered car for six days before he was discovered A young man lay undiscovered in his car for nearly a week after skidding off the motorway in snow and suffering fatal injuries. Karl Josiah, 23, was discovered dead inside his Renault Clio after the car came off the busy road and tumbled down a steep embankment. The mangled wreckage of the black car was then covered by a thick blanket of snow for up to six days after up to 10cms fell.

Newlywed woman, 28, "killed by drug-driver in police pursuit" was three months pregnant, family reveals

Newlywed woman, 28, 'killed by drug-driver in police pursuit' was three months pregnant, family reveals By Hugo Gye PUBLISHED: 12:42 GMT, 29 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:01 GMT, 29 January 2013 Victim: Ahtia Tabasim was killed by a driver who was being chased by police on Sunday The family of a new bride who was killed when her car was hit by a suspected drug-driver fleeing from police has paid tribute to the 28-year-old and revealed that she was three months pregnant.

Jobcentre worker, 60, scoops biggest ever online bingo win after landing 5.9MILLION jackpot

Jobcentre worker, 60, scoops world's biggest ever online bingo win after landing 5.9MILLION jackpot from a bet of just 30p Grandfather John Orchard, of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, won on SundayFormer factory worker trading his Renault Clio car for 40,000 Jaguar XFHe won jackpot on wheel of fortune-style game on website ButlersBingoBeat old record held by 'Georgios', 36, of Greece, who won 5.1m in 2009Old UK record held by Soraya Lowell, who won 1.2m in Scotland in 2008 | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 13 December 2012 A Jobcentre worker has scooped 5.9million in the world's biggest ever online bingo win – after betting just 30p on a video slot game based on Batman film The Dark Knight. John Orchard, 60, of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, had only been playing on the ButlersBingo website for a few days before his extraordinary win on a wheel of fortune-type of game on Sunday morning. The grandfather-of-three has traded his Renault Clio for a 40,000 Jaguar XF, is set to visit Center Parcs this weekend with his wife Linda and family and expects Christmas to ‘be a blinder this year’.