A French father who died after falling sleep-deprived while speaking English has been awarded £1 million by the courts after he died after the accident.

Daniel Speroni, 47, from Southampton, was travelling on the M5 at around 11:30pm on Monday when he crashed into a parked vehicle.

He was found dead on the road a few hours later.

He had been asleep when he fell asleep on the steering wheel, according to his parents, who claimed he had been speaking to his son, who was speaking French.

A coroner’s inquest was told the driver, who suffered a broken jaw and fractured pelvis, had been driving at a high speed.

The court heard he had stopped to change his light switch before the crash and he failed to see Mr Speronis.

The coroner, however, did not rule on the cause of death.

“We had to live with our lives, and I don’t know if I would have had the chance to be here if not for the help of all those who supported us during this difficult time.” “

His parents said he had a speech impediment, which was not apparent to the driver and that he was a “very gentle person”. “

We had to live with our lives, and I don’t know if I would have had the chance to be here if not for the help of all those who supported us during this difficult time.”

His parents said he had a speech impediment, which was not apparent to the driver and that he was a “very gentle person”.

A court will decide on the amount of damages in the case in the coming weeks.

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