Two students killed in Greenacre, driver Maha Al-Shennag escapes jail sentence | 7NEWS

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A woman has escaped jail over a crash at the Banksia Road Public School in Greenacre that killed 2 young students.

The boys were struck by an SUV driven by 56-year-old Maha Al-Shennag. It ploughed into their classroom in 2017.

Today, a judge described it as a freakish accident after the driver hit the accelerator instead of the brake.

More Details: https://7news.link/3moDhOl

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