The video of former Manchester City player, Courtney Meppen-Walter killing two siblings and injuring two teenagers in a high speed car crash, has been placed on the BBC Schools website, as part of lessons to show pupils how reckless driving could change lives in a few seconds.
Courtney was driving at nearly twice the 30mph limit when his Mercedes ploughed into a Nissan Micra, with four people inside, as it pulled out of a side street in Manchester.
The driver, Kulwant Singh and his sister Ravel Kaur, who was sat in the passenger seat, died in the impact. Widow Ravel’s sons Amjid and Parveen, 16 and 17, were seriously injured and had to be cut free from the back.
Courtney was handed a 16-month sentence last year after he admitted causing death by dangerous driving in February 2012. But was freed from prison earlier this month, after serving only half his sentence.
He appears in the documentary Licence to Kill, from which the tragic clip was taken, explaining how the incident is constantly on his mind.
As part of a safe driving campaign, footage of the crash is to be used in schools to teach pupils the dangers of reckless driving.