posted on Aug, 10 2010 @ 05:57 PM
Don't know if anyone saw it, but I've just watched a documentary on BBC1, regarding this story.
To clear things up neither of the twin sisters were found to have any trace of drugs or alcohol in their bodies, the reason the original program that
filmed the twins didn't go into any great details about what happened after the M6 incident was for legal reasons.
The twin seen in the green running into the path of the lorry sustained serious injuries (multiple compound fractures of both legs) and on release
from hospital moved to the USA.
5 days after this event the other twin, Sabina Eriksson, went on to stab to death a 55 year old man in Stoke (hence the legal reasons).
She was caught on CCTV running from his house repeatedly hitting herself on the head with a lump hammer, after calls from the public, para medics
attempted to subdue her (not knowing she had just murdered someone) in the ensuing scramble she jumped 40 feet from a bridge onto a busy dual
carriageway............she survived with 2 broken ankles! (This is a hell of a resilient woman!)
Sabrina Eriksson and her sister were diagnosed with an extremely rare mental disorder (polymorphic something or another.....sorry I missed that bit)
where basically if one twin is mentally ill, the other one "catches" the illness.
She pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the ground of diminished responsibility and received 5 years.
She will be released on parole next year........................experts claim that there is a 30% chance she will suffer a relapse if reconciled with
Murder of Glen Hollinshead