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.
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