A 24-year-old driver from Worcestershire who caused the death of a hospital chaplain has been jailed for six years.
Christopher Badgery, who pleaded guilty at a previous hearing to causing the death of the Rev Ian Scott by dangerous driving, was also given a four-year driving ban by a judge at Worcester Crown Court.
Badgery, of Pudford Lane, Martley, was bailed in February after admitting drink-driving and causing the chaplain's death.
The Rev Scott was killed on the eve of his 64th birthday when a car being driven by Badgery crashed into his stationary Vauxhall Astra on the A4103 near Worcester last July.
The clergyman, who lived in Droitwich and worked at Evesham Community Hospital, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, in which his wife suffered serious injuries.