A bus driver who admitted causing the deaths of two people by dangerous driving has tonight been jailed for six years. Jasminder Dhesi drove the bus in fog on a motorway and broke down three times.
A lorry crashed into the back of him when he came to a halt near Frankley Service on the M5. Birmingham Crown Court was told he had been drinking and gave a positive breath test. He also had a previous conviction for crashing a coach after alcohol.
The lorry driver who hit the bus from behind died. A passenger at the back of the bus also lost his life.
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