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Lorry driver cleared of killing royal designer

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Jeremy Watson

James Kwatia said that he had not felt any impact or heard any screamsPA

A tipper truck driver accused of killing a leading Scottish designer as she cycled to work after failing to give her enough room has been cleared of causing her death. James Kwatia, 42, crushed Moira Gemmill, 55, under the wheels of his lorry at a roundabout near Lambeth Bridge in south London.

Ms Gemmill, who was hand-picked by the Queen to oversee renovations at Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse as the director of design at the Royal Collection Trust, was knocked off her bike and died at the scene. CCTV cameras captured Ms Gemmill’s cycle and Mr Kwatia’s Mercedes truck travelling up Lambeth Palace Road and crossing the Thames together at around 9.30pm on the morning of April 9, 2015. When the cycle…

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