The driver of a bin lorry has been jailed for three years and four months, after admitting to causing the death of a teenage girl.
Nicholas Buck pleaded guilty last month to causing death by dangerous driving after a crash in July last year.
Holly Brown, who was 14 and a twin, died at the scene after Buck's lorry crashed into a minibus which was carrying children from a school in Staffordshire. The crash happened on the A38 in Castle Vale in Birmingham on July 7th.
Holly, who was pronounced dead at the scene, was among a group of pupils and teachers from the Barton-under-Needwood school travelling on the bus as part of an art trip.
Buck was also disqualified from driving for five years and eight months at Birmingham Crown Court today.
Holly's family had previously paid tribute to "their beautiful daughter and twin sister":