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17 May 2018

Bus driver on trial accused of killing Rangers fan in crash

BBC:

A Rangers fan has told a jury he was thrown through a window after a supporters' bus overturned at a roundabout.

John Burns, 63, from Sanquhar, was giving evidence at the trial of bus driver Callum Phillips.

Mr Phillips, 49, from Dalbeattie, denies killing Ryan Baird, 39, by dangerous driving on 1 October 2016.

The crash occurred at Crossroads roundabout, near Kilmarnock, as fans travelled to a home game in Glasgow.

The match at Ibrox was against Glasgow rivals Partick Thistle.

 


Mr Burns told the High Court in Glasgow he was taking a six-year-old boy to his first Rangers game when they got on the bus at Sanquhar in Dumfries and Galloway.

The witness said that during the journey the driver had to double back at Cumnock to collect two passengers who had not been picked up.

 

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