A student who had been driving the family’s minivan when his mother’s life was in danger and needed to take care of her has won a court case in which the family says it will be “completely destroyed”.

The family’s lawyer said it had been “extremely difficult” to work out how much damage the student had caused to his mother and the car.

“It is not good for the reputation of the family and the public,” said the lawyer, James Farrant.

The court heard the driver had driven for about five hours the previous day before his mother called the police. “

When he started driving, he had a very, highly developed brain and a very healthy mind.”

The court heard the driver had driven for about five hours the previous day before his mother called the police.

Police say he had been involved in a collision with a vehicle on a highway.

Mr Farrants mother told the court her son had driven the car for about 30 minutes before he crashed.

She said it was the first time she had heard of such a thing.

“There’s a lot of damage and there’s a great deal of blood,” she said.

I think it’s about $20,000. “

My baby’s got a huge amount in his head.

“He could have taken care of the baby.” “

In the days before the crash, the driver’s parents had been in a coma. “

He could have taken care of the baby.”

In the days before the crash, the driver’s parents had been in a coma.

The car was registered to a company registered in California, where the driver is a resident, and had been insured.

It was towed from the road and Mr Fairs mother said her son was still unable to drive.

The court was told the car had been towed because of its condition, which meant it was not safe for people to drive it.

The family will be paying $4,500 in damages.

The student’s lawyer, Mark Gorman, said it would be “absolutely destroyed” to be left with a car that had been so badly damaged.

“That car has had to be given back to a person who knows nothing about it,” he said.

In the court case, Mr Gorman said the driver was an “out of control, unbalanced, immature and dangerous” student who was driving recklessly.

“This is a tragic case, and the consequences will be far greater than the financial damages,” he added.

He also claimed that the driver, who had no previous convictions, was driving with a “disgusting disregard” for the safety of others.