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Kelly Liddicoat rushes to Hungry Jacks after court for ‘taking down two Sunshine Coast mechanics’

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The heartbroken parents of two young mechanics who were run over and killed on the job left court in tears as the woman accused of their deaths crouched in a nearby Hungry Jacks.

Kelly Renee Liddicoat made a flight from Maroochydore Magistrates Court to the Hungry Jacks next door after her first appearance on the deaths of 25-year-old Aaron Pitt and Lleyton Bartlett, April 22, on April 21.

The 43-year-old is charged with two counts of dangerous operation of a car resulting in death. Police say she was under the influence of an intoxicating substance.

Liddicoat is accused of plowing the two young traditions as they attempted to repair a broken down bus on Nambour Connection Road on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

After the very brief mention of continuing her bail, Liddicoat, her lawyer and two other women made the short walk to Hungry Jacks, where they sat for nearly an hour.

Kelly Renee Liddicoat made a jump from Maroochydore Magistrates Court to the Hungry Jacks next door after her first appearance on the death on April 21 of 25-year-old Aaron Pitt and Lleyton Bartlett, 22

Liddicoat looked gloomy and buried her head in her hands when her photo was taken

Liddicoat looked gloomy and buried her head in her hands when her photo was taken

Aaron Pitt, a 25-year-old award-winning student, was said goodbye to family and friends at a funeral service last Friday.

Pictured: Lleyton Bartlett with his girlfriend Paige.  Mr Bartlett died tragically while trying to fix a broken bus

Aaron Pitt, a 25-year-old award-winning student, was said goodbye to family and friends at a funeral service last Friday.

They were chatting easily while drinking coffee in the far corner of the store.

Liddicoat looked gloomy and buried her head in her hands when her photo was taken.

Her lawyer was the first to leave and declined to comment on Liddicoat’s case or her decision to sit down in Hungry Jacks after court.

Minutes later, one of the two women Liddicoat supported also left the store to take her early model Holden Commodore straight to the front door.

They were easily spotted chatting while drinking coffee in the far corner of the store

They were easily spotted chatting while drinking coffee in the far corner of the store

After the very brief mention of continuing her bail, Liddicoat, her lawyer and two other women made the short walk to Hungry Jacks, where they sat for nearly an hour.

After the very brief mention of continuing her bail, Liddicoat, her lawyer and two other women made the short walk to Hungry Jacks, where they sat for nearly an hour.

Grieving relatives of the victims came to court to watch her first appear

Grieving relatives of the victims came to court to watch her first appear

The woman, who acted as the driver, screamed and pushed waiting media aside as she pushed Liddicoat into the back seat of the car.

Liddicoat returns to court on August 19 and remains on bail in the meantime.

She is obliged to report weekly to the police at her local station and is not allowed to get behind the wheel of a car.

One of the victim’s grieving relatives previously expressed concern about Liddicoat’s seemingly relaxed bail conditions, noting that she “seemed free to move on with her life” while facing such serious charges.

“We just don’t know how we will ever recover,” he said.

Liddicoat returns to court on August 19 and remains on bail in the meantime.  She is obliged to report weekly to the police at her local station and is not allowed to get behind the wheel of a car

Liddicoat returns to court on August 19 and remains on bail in the meantime. She is obliged to report weekly to the police at her local station and is not allowed to get behind the wheel of a car

Her lawyer was the first to leave and declined to comment on Liddicoat's case or her decision to sit down in Hungry Jacks after court.

Her lawyer was the first to leave and declined to comment on Liddicoat’s case or her decision to sit down in Hungry Jacks after court.

The grieving families of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Bartlett left the court in tears after the brief mention.

On May 10, Liddicoat and a companion, presumably her mother, left home at about noon for Kmart in Maroochydore.

The women were shopping for clothes before heading 30 minutes north to Noosa’s main shopping area.

There, Liddicoat attended a long appointment before joining the other woman on the street to smoke cigarettes and make several phone calls.

She declined to comment when approached by Daily Mail Australia.

Liddicoat and her companion spent two and a half hours shopping on Monday

In the photo: Kelly Liddicoat on Monday

Liddicoat and her companion spent two and a half hours shopping on Monday

Daily Mail Australia can reveal Kelly Renee Liddicoat is the motorist accused of running into Aaron Pitt, 25, and Lleyton Bartlett, 22

Daily Mail Australia can reveal Kelly Renee Liddicoat is the motorist accused of running into Aaron Pitt, 25, and Lleyton Bartlett, 22

Mr Pitt, an apprentice diesel engine, said goodbye at an emotionally charged funeral in early May. Friends and family looked back on his ‘short but good’ life.

Daily Mail Australia can reveal Kelly Renee Liddicoat is the motorist accused of running into Aaron Pitt, 25, and Lleyton Bartlett, 22, when they tried to fix a broken down bus on Nambour Connection Road on April 21

Daily Mail Australia can reveal Kelly Renee Liddicoat is the motorist accused of running into Aaron Pitt, 25, and Lleyton Bartlett, 22, when they tried to fix a broken down bus on Nambour Connection Road on April 21

“He was doing so much with his life and living really well and that was a comfort to us knowing he was so happy,” the eulogy said.

“We should all live like Aaron did, make the most of every minute, do the things that bring us joy, be with people we love and enjoy every moment of the day.”

The 25-year-old was only recently named Student of the Year and was adored by his peers.

Meanwhile, on Friday, May 13, Mr Bartlett was bid farewell.

The 22-year-old is remembered as a talented hockey player who was a Maroochydore junior, senior and Sunshine Coast representative until just two years ago.

Paramedics rushed the couple to Sunshine Coast University Hospital in critical condition, but they were unable to be rescued.

A luxury two-door BMW (pictured) was taken for testing after the tragic crash

A luxury two-door BMW (pictured) was taken for testing after the tragic crash

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