Youths face court over the tragic death of pregnant mother Sarah Paino in Hobart.
The three young passengers allegedly involved in a Hobart crash that killed a young mum in January will only face motor vehicle theft charges.
Sarah Paino, 24, was 32 weeks pregnant when she died in the early hours of January 22 following a collision with an allegedly stolen SUV in Hobart.
The baby survived after being delivered at the hospital.
A 15-year-old boy who was allegedly driving the SUV at the time of the crash has been charged with manslaughter.
But police say the available evidence determined there was no reasonable prospect of conviction in relation to more serious charges against the three young passengers.
The youths, two aged 15 and one 12, will face vehicle theft charges.
Daniel Stirling told Channel 7’s Sunday Night that baby Caleb is the spitting image of his mum.
Mr Stirling admitted he would never find anyone to replace his lost partner.
“I loved her, still do. I don’t think I’m going to find anyone that will come close to her. I don’t think I really want to,” he said.
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