Thursday 11 August 2022 03:22 AM Christopher Browne who killed son Lincoln in buggy crash avoids jail trends now

Thursday 11 August 2022 03:22 AM Christopher Browne who killed son Lincoln in buggy crash avoids jail trends now
Thursday 11 August 2022 03:22 AM Christopher Browne who killed son Lincoln in buggy crash avoids jail trends now

Thursday 11 August 2022 03:22 AM Christopher Browne who killed son Lincoln in buggy crash avoids jail trends now

Dad who killed his own two-year-old son after having him in his lap while doing doughnuts in a buggy AVOIDS jail Dad who killed his two-year-old son on Christmas Day in 2020 avoids jail Christopher Browne rolled his buggy killing his toddler who was on his lap Sentenced to 3yr community corrections order and 250 hours community work

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A father whose toddler died in an ATV rollover on Christmas Day in 2020 has been ordered to do community work in punishment for his part in the boy's death.

Lincoln Browne was thrown from the buggy and crushed after his father did a doughnut in the paddock of their home in Victoria's northeast during a family brunch.

Christopher Browne was supported in court on Thursday by his wife, who County Court Judge Michael Cahill said had remained staunchly loyal.

A psychologist who has treated Browne said the only thing keeping the now 33-year-old going is his sense of responsibility to look after his wife and their younger child.

The couple had stillborn twin daughters before Lincoln's birth.

Browne's doctor implored the court to apply compassion, saying he had already suffered enough.

Lincoln Browne was killed after falling from an ATV on a Barnawartha North property near the Victoria-New South Wales border on Christmas Day 2020

Lincoln Browne was killed after falling from

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