A hit-and-run driver who killed a medical student had his sentence increased from 18 months to three years by the Court of Appeal today.
Three judges in London ruled that the original sentence handed down to Jaswinder Singh (pictured), 46, from Birmingham, was "unduly lenient".
Abigail Craen, 20, originally from Liss, Hampshire, was only five weeks into her course at Birmingham University when she was hit on a pelican crossing in the city.
She was thrown nearly 100ft by the impact and suffered irreversible brain injuries. She died the next day.
Singh admitted dangerous driving, failing to stop after an accident, failing to report an accident and driving without insurance.
See Thursday's Birmingham Post for more on this story