Bus driver aged 79 in court charged with killing child and pensioner after coach smashed into Sainsbury's store

Bus driver aged 79 in court charged with killing child and pensioner after coach smashed into Sainsbury's store
 

A 79-year-old bus driver has appeared in court charged with killing a seven-year-old passenger and a pedestrian in a city centre crash.
Kailash Chander is alleged to have caused the deaths of Rowan Fitzgerald and 76-year-old Dora Hancox by dangerous driving in Coventry in October 2015.
Mrs Hancox, a former foster carer from Nuneaton, and primary school pupil Rowan were both pronounced dead at the scene after the double-decker bus struck the side of a Sainsbury's supermarket in Trinity Street.
Chander, from Leamington Spa in Warwickshire, also faces two counts of causing serious injury by... read more

 
9 October 2017 in World News, Views: 52
Source: Daily Record
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