58-year-old man arrested for dangerous driving
A 58-year old driver has been charged with a number of serious driving offences after the conclusion of an investigation relating to a collision that occurred earlier this year.
Emergency services were called to the intersection of Memorial Avenue and the T-Way in Liverpool, south-western Sydney at 11am on Saturday, 8 February 2020 after a collision between a Toyota Avalon and a bus.
The collision is reported to have caused serious injuries to the Toyota driver’s two passengers – a 50-year old woman and 12-year old girl – who were trapped in the vehicle for a period of time, and later hospitalised in a critical condition.
The 62-year old bus driver and two of his passengers – a 40-year old woman and 12-year old boy – were treated for minor injuries.
The Toyota driver was determined by police to be at fault and has been charged with a range of driving offences, including dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, driving in a dangerous manner, negligent driving occasioning GBH and proceeding through a red light.
The man appeared in Liverpool Local Court, Monday 7 September 2020.
Written by Ugur Nedim. Republished with permission of Sydney Criminal Lawyers.
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