Callum Miller Obituary, Death – An inquest heard that a cherished woman from Birmingham had a dreadful end after being involved in a “head on” collision at 98 miles per hour with an oncoming taxi cab in a tunnel beneath the Queensway. The collision occurred when the woman was traveling in the opposite direction of the taxi cab. The woman was going in the opposite direction of the taxi cab when the mishap took place, thus she was the one who was hit.
Paige Rice, a nail technician from Marston Green who was said to be “full of life,” sustained critical wounds on October 17 as a result of an accident in which the Audi in which she was riding collided with a taxi. The accident occurred when her vehicle, which was described as being “full of life,” was involved. The incident took place while she and her boyfriend were driving in the Audi.
The driver, who has been identified as Callum Miller, was taken to a trauma hospital and put on life support before passing on the following day as a result of the injuries he sustained. The patient, who was 22 years old and had been admitted to the hospital, was pronounced dead in the facility some hours later.
The Gerard Majella Court heard today, at the conclusion of the inquest, that Callum collided with two other vehicles before he “lost control” of the Audi S3 and collided with a cab at 98 miles per hour in a tunnel that only allowed traffic to travel at 30 miles per hour. The tunnel was named after Gerard Majella, who was the coroner who presided over the inquest.
As a result of the significant injuries he sustained in the collision, the taxi driver was required to continue receiving treatment at the hospital for a lengthy amount of time before being released. Injuries to his right hip and right leg, in particular, have had a significant impact on the direction that his life has taken as a result of his experiences.
It was determined that Callum had been traveling at a rapid speed in the moments leading up to the accident, which took place at 12:25 in the morning, after examining the footage captured by the surveillance cameras as part of the forensic investigation into the accident.