|Solar elevation||-22° (night)|
|Light conditions||Darkness - lights lit|
|Weather||Fine no high winds|
|Road type||Single carriageway|
|Pedestrian crossing (human)?||None within 50 metres|
|Junction?||Not at junction or within 20 metres|
|Involved||1 vehicle, and 4 casualties|
|Special conditions at site||None|
|Speed limit||30 mph|
|Pedestrian crossing (physical)?||No physical crossing facilities within 50 metres|
A driver arrested in connection with the death of a man after a car hit four pedestrians is released on bail.
A motorist who ploughed into four pedestrians killing a teenager admits causing death by dangerous driving.
James Bisset, of Grace Close in Yatton, was sentenced at Bristol Crown Court today as the families of his two victims looked on
James Bisset hit four pedestrians in February 2016, killing one and seriously injuring another.
Tragic Alex Gould, 18, was walking home from a party when drunk driver James Bisset smashed into him, killing him
A driver has been jailed for more than seven years following a fatal collision in Nailsea last February. James Bisset, 23, of Yatton, was driving along Clevedon Road in the early hours of February 14 2016 when he was in collision with a group of pedestrians. One of the pedestrians, 18-year-old Alex Gould, died following the collision.
A 23-year-old man has been jailed after killing a North Somerset teenager in a crash on Valentine’s Day.
A 23-year-old from Yatton appeared at North Somerset Courthouse charged with death by dangerous driving following the death of a Nailsea teenager.