Oakleigh car crash driver pleads guitly

first_img30-year-old Nei Lima DaCosta has pleaded guilty to killing elderly couple Savva and Ismini Menelaou and a pedestrian in a Oakleigh car crash in January 2014.Nei Lima DaCosta, 30, hit pedestrian Anthony Parsons at Oakleigh on January 12 before losing control of his car and ploughing into a Ford sedan, killing married couple Inimi and Savvas Menelaou. The other three passengers in the car were also injured including their son Menelaous who was in critical condition following the crash and husband and wife Elias 60, and Maria, 45 Mesaritis. DaCosta on Monday pleaded guilty to three charges of culpable driving causing death, three counts of negligently causing serious injury and one count of recklessly conduct endangering life.Advertisement The Melbourne Magistrates Court has previously been told DaCosta ran a number of red lights and was travelling at 120km/h – about 40km/h over the speed limit – when he hit Mr Parsons.He will face a pre-sentence hearing in the Supreme Court next month.Source: AAP Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img