News: Motorist, 77, in court after another driver has leg amputated following crash near Tesco in Lincoln

News: Motorist, 77, in court after another driver has leg amputated following crash near Tesco in Lincoln

Another Lincolnshire Highlights news story…

A driver had to have his leg removed by surgeons following another motorist’s alleged dangerous driving, a court heard.

Keith Haw, 77, has been charged with causing serious injury to Robert Morrans in Canwick Road, Lincoln, by driving a Kia Creed dangerously on April 17, 2018.

Haw, of Moor Lane, Branston Booths, did not enter a plea to the charge when he appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court.

Lincoln Magistrates’ Court

Marie Stace, prosecuting, said Mr Morrans was seriously injured after he got out of his vehicle following a two-car crash involving him and Haw.

She said: “Unfortunately the complainant has had to have his leg amputated.”

Haw, represented in court by lawyer Tony Freitas, spoke only to confirm his name, age and address during the brief hearing.

 

Magistrates sent the case to Lincoln Crown Court on June 13.   Haw was granted unconditional bail.



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