Bus company due in court today over fatal Sainsbury's bus crash



A bus company is due in court today to face health and safety charges after the fatal Sainsbury’s bus crash in October 2015 which killed a pedestrian and seven-year-old boy.
Midland Red (South) Ltd was charged with two health and safety law breaches after an inquiry into the deaths in October 2015.
Bus driver Kailash Chander, 79, appeared in court last week charged with causing the deaths of schoolboy Rowan Fitzgerald and 76-year-old Dora Hancox by dangerous driving.
Mrs Hancox, from Nuneaton, and primary school pupil Rowan, from Leamington, were both pronounced dead at the scene after the... read more

 
14 September 2017 in Regional West, Views: 41
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