By Terri-ann Williams For Mailonline
Published: 19:23 BST, 21 July 2019 | Updated: 19:24 BST, 21 July 2019
John Verlander (pictured above) was jailed for five years and has also been banned from the roads for seven-and-a-half years
A boxing coach who was over the legal cannabis limit killed a motorist during a dangerous overtaking manoeuvre.
John Verlander had overtaken two vehicles on a bend when he ploughed into an oncoming car driven by Madalin Lungoci.
Despite having his three children in the car, the 38-year-old had been 'driving irresponsibly'.
Madalin, 22, suffered horrific injuries and died at the scene in Kent on December 4 last year.
Police discovered that Verlander had been over the legal cannabis limit and was speeding at the time of the smash.
Madalin's parents made a moving impact statement at Maidstone Crown Court and confessed that their son had helped them through old age and that they had been left 'hopeless'.
They said: 'Our home is now a shrine, all our thoughts and actions resumed to prayers, lighting