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Following his conviction for driving without due care and attention, Robert Bell has been fined £100 and given four points on his licence.
Motorist Robert Bell has been found guilty at Cardiff Magistrates Court of driving without due care and attention.
District Judge Bodfan Jenkins accepted Mr Bell was coughing before and at the time of the accident, but says he believes his eyes were open as his car swerved across the road and he failed to deal with his coughing properly.
Robert Bell lost control of his car, injuring school children, parents and a lollipop lady outside Rhws Primary School in the Vale of Glamorgan on 30th June last year.
The trial of a man whose car struck a group of children and a lollipop lady during the morning school run has heard that he suffered from a medical condition that could have caused him to black out whilst coughing.
The judge was told yesterday that a passenger heard Robert Bell coughing at the wheel moments before his car left the road at Rhoose in the Vale of Glamorgan last June.
He denies driving without due care and attention.
A motorist has gone on trial following a crash last year in which a group of schoolchildren and a lollipop lady were injured.
The incident happened outside Rhws Junior School in the Vale of Glamorgan last June.
61-year-old Robert Bell, from Rhoose, denies driving without due care and attention.
Richard Morgan reports from Cardiff Magistrates' Court.