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Bin lorry crash driver admits licence charge

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Harry Clarke pleaded guilty at Glasgow sheriff court to culpable and reckless driving despite his licence having been revoked for medical reasons following the fatal bin lorry crash in 2014PA:Press Association

The driver of the Glasgow bin lorry that killed six people after he blacked out at the wheel has admitted driving without a licence just nine months after the tragedy. Harry Clarke, 60, pleaded guilty at Glasgow sheriff court to culpable and reckless driving, despite his licence having been revoked for medical reasons following the fatal crash.

Six people died and 15 more were seriously injured in December 2014 when the 26-tonne refuse lorry driven by Clarke veered out of control and ploughed into crowds of Christmas shoppers in the city’s Queen Street, after he slumped over the dashboard. Clarke’s licence was revoked for 12 months on June 27, 2015. But in court yesterday he admitted driving a car in Glasgow on September 20, 2015,…

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