The driver of a bin lorry which crashed killing six people had collapsed at the wheel before, an inquiry has heard.
Harry Clarke lost control of the council truck in Glasgow city centre on December 22 after apparently losing consciousness.
But the hearing was told he had previously blacked out while driving a bus in April 2010.
John Stewart, an inspector with First Bus Glasgow, was called out to deal with the incident.
His notes show said the driver "advised he'd taken unwell at (bus) stop and blacked out for a couple of minutes".
They went back to the depot and paramedics were called after the driver reported feeling unwell again. After being checked out and given the all-clear Mr Clarke refused to go to hospital.
The inquiry, which is expected to last six weeks, continues at Glasgow Sheriff Court tomorrow.
An inquiry into the Glasgow bin lorry crash closes as it hears that the driver will carry what happened 'for the rest of his days'.
The families of two of those killed in the Glasgow bin lorry crash had their victim impact statements read at the fatal accident inquiry.
Survivors said they suffered nightmares, anxiety and many could not even leave the house for months after the tragedy.