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- Sarah Hogg met Alex Moffitt on March 23, 2019 in Lydiate, Merseyside
- She was serving half of the 12-month sentence reported to the Board of Nursing and Midwifery.
- Hogg expressed “considerable regret” but was suspended for nine months
A drunk midwife who crashes her car into a teenager may return to work after being suspended after expressing deep regret.
Sarah Hogg got behind the wheel, although after turning 50 and losing control of the Honda CR-V, she had double the limit to drive with drinks.
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She struck 17-year-old Alex Moffitt and threw her about three feet into a fence on Kenyons Lane in Lydiate, Merseyside.
Hogg, of Maghull, admitted serious injuries related to reckless driving and heavy drinking and was jailed for 12 months last December.
Wow…..nearly 2 years later Alex is still of work. I’ve kept quiet about the other party in this but no more.
@LivEchonews – can you tell me why you didn’t have the courtesy to contact us before you issued this please??? https://t.co/hFxjpEbr0H
— Phil Moffitt (@MoffittPhilip) December 5, 2020
He served about half his sentence before being released on leave, and the case was referred to a regulatory hearing, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
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What Jury Said ?
According to a jury verdict, Hogg agreed to get in the car after the party to “get away” after arguing with her husband about leaving without her.
During the hearing, the jury noted that Hoggs had “substantial remorse” and the “detailed” description of how he would have avoided a repeat of the crime.
However, he also stressed that the incident should be reported with suspension due to the severe impact it had on Alex and the impact it had on the reputation of the profession.
Hogg was suspended from practice as a nurse or midwife for nine months.
The March 23, 2019 incident left talented footballer and cricketer Alex with injuries such as a cracked skull, brain hemorrhage, damaged vertebrae and torn knee ligaments.
After receiving life-saving treatment, she underwent intensive physical therapy and another operation, but is believed to be progressing well.
The panel noted that Hogg had worked as a registered nurse in a dormitory since he was released from prison, but wanted to go back to the midwife if she would let him.
The jury, consisting of nurses Clive Chalk and Yvonne O’Conner and lay member John McGrath, paused before taking Hogg off the record.
He said: “Your belief is based on actions in your personal life that have nothing to do with your clinical practice.
“Although her victim suffered serious and serious injuries, there is no evidence before this panel that her actions on March 23, 2019 put patients at risk of injury.”
He is still on leave until his term expires on December 16.