The family of a young woman from Ceredigion who was killed in a car crash are campaigning for drink drivers to get harsher punishment.
Miriam Briddon from Cross Inn in Ceredigion was killed on the 29th March 2014, while driving to her boyfriend's house in Felin Fach.
The driver of the other car, Gareth Entwistle, had been drinking and was speeding.
He failed to take a slight road bend and crashed into Miriam's car.
Mr Entwistle pleaded guilty to causing death by careless driving while under the influence of alcohol.
He was sentenced in October 2015 to five and a half years in prison.
Miriam's family think his sentence is far too short and want drivers to get a harsher punishment.
Their campaign is supported by Clwyd South MP Susan Elan Jones.
She's been campaigning to get the UK government to review sentences for driving offences, especially in the case of deaths on the roads.
In May 2014, the Government decided to start a review into sentencing.
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