A young schoolgirl was killed when she was thrown from a quad bike which rolled over in a sloping field after she grabbed the steering wheel.
Lily McCormick, 10, had been sitting on her older brothers lap and holding the steering wheel before the crash on farmland near Looe, Cornwall, last July, an inquest heard.
She fell from the all terrain vehicle after it made a sharp turn and sustained severe head wounds.
Lily had been on a four hour long horse ride with her mother Leona McCormick and at 5pm her brother Josh Doney, 20, came to collect them both from the field where they kept horses.
The three of them used the all terrain vehicle to transport water to horses in the field with Mr Doney driving.
Mr Doney said his mother had asked him to go off and play with Lily in the quad while she did some jobs in the stable yard.
Lily held the steering wheel while her brother held her arms and controlled the accelerator – and neither were wearing seat belts at the time.
Mr Doney told the Truro inquest: We went up and down the field a Read More – Source