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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A  truck driver who struck and killed an elderly pedestrian while looking for a Mitre 10 entrance has avoided losing his licence

    A truck driver who struck and killed an elderly pedestrian while looking for a Mitre 10 entrance has avoided losing his licence


    Ninety one year old Margaret Stewart was on a traffic-light controlled crossing in Hamilton when she was hit by a truck driven by Alfred Price.

    A dash cam shows the traffic light had turned green nine seconds before Stewart was hit.

    Price has admitted careless driving causing death.

    After a restorative justice conference, Stewart's nieces said they did not want him jailed - or to lose his licence.

    He's been ordered to pay emotional harm reparation of five thousand dollars to Stewart's estate.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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