BREAKING UPDATE: Schoolgirl Kayleigh Lawrie, 14, predicted her own death on Facebook
A TEENAGE girl predicted her own death on Facebook minutes before the car she was travelling in crashed, a court heard today.
Kayleigh Lawrie, of Willoughby, near Alford, lost her life at the hands of a drunken driver on August 4 last year.
But moments before, the 14-year-old posted on the social network site "I think I'm going to die. xx. luv you all."
Lincoln Crown Court today (Tuesday) heard how Kayleigh pleaded to be allowed to get out of the car being driven by her father's friend because she was so scared by his 'Formula One' style driving.
However her father Scott Lawrie told her not to be so stupid.
Moments later driver Steven Hayter, 42, of Seymour Terrace - who was twice over the drink-drive limit - lost control of his Renault Clio near the B1196 Hanby Lane at Welton, near Spilsby.
He was attempting to retrieve a cigarette he had doped in the foot well.
Kayleigh died instantly, a 13-year-old boy also in the car was flown by air ambulance to Hull Royal Infirmary suffering from facial injuries while Mr Lawrie, 36, who was the front seat passenger was unhurt.
Today, Hayter was sentenced to six years in prison for causing death by careless driving whilst under the influence of alcohol.
Kayleigh's mum, Charlotte, said: "I am pleased that the man responsible is now behind bars but nothing will ever bring Kayleigh back and we miss her every single day.
"Kayleigh was a bright, happy, bubbly and loving 14-year-old, who lived life to the full."