Darlington Crash Driver To Face Court
A school bus driver will appear in court after a double decker's roof was sliced off as it went under a railway bridge while carrying 50 students to college.
Durham Police said the man, from Stockton, has been summonsed to appear before magistrates for an offence of dangerous driving following the crash on September 22 in Darlington.
The bus was taking teenagers to Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College when it hit the bridge on Neasham Road. No-one was seriously injured.
A Durham Police spokesman said: ``A 50-year-old man from Stockton, has been summonsed to appear before Darlington Magistrates' Court on Thursday November 10 for an offence of dangerous driving.''