A drunk-driver has admitted ploughing through tents at a campsite in Wales, telling the court that he “needs to be punished”.
Jake Waterhouse, 26, admitted the crash at the beauty spot which left a woman fighting for her life and injuring three other campers.
Anna Evans is still critically ill in hospital after Waterhouse drove a friend's Subaru Impreza through her tent in the early hours of Monday morning.
He appeared at Llandudno Magistrates Court over the incident at the Rhyd y Galen campsite in Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
Waterhouse admitted causing serious injury by dangerous driving, driving otherwise in accordance with a driving licence, driving without insurance and failing to provide a breath specimen.
Prosecutor Gareth Parry said Waterhouse had been drinking heavily before getting behind the wheel and had left Mrs Evans with "life threatening injuries”.
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Carys Parry, defending, said that Waterhouse "takes full responsibility for the devastating events at the campsite”, adding: "He is truly and deeply remorseful for his actions.
“His thoughts the last two days have been with the victim of his offending and her family.
“He accepts he is facing a lengthy sentence as a result of his actions.
“In his own words, he said: ‘I deserve to be punished.’”
Emergency services rushed to the campsite - which describes itself as a "tranquil getaway" for holidaymakers seeking a break in 22 acres of farm land - at around 2am on Monday.
Waterhouse, of Partington, Manchester, was remanded in custody to appear at Caernarfon Crown Court on September 23.