Blackburn with Darwen’s area child protection committee is carrying
out a serious case review into the case of a 14-year-old girl with
learning difficulties who was killed in a car crash after she was
abducted from her foster placement.
Carry Ann Brown was abducted in August last year by her father Sean
Brown, who then crashed his car with the intention of killing them
both. Although he survived, Carry Ann died shortly after the
In July last year, Carry Ann was found to be pregnant by her father
but the baby was aborted.
Brown was jailed for life at Preston crown court last week and
ordered to serve a minimum of 19 years. He pleaded guilty to murder
and to having unlawful sex.
Stephen Sloss, director of social services at Blackburn with
Darwen, said the report into how agencies managed the case should
be available at the end of March.