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The carnage was caused by terrible maintenance from the haulage company

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who cut corners to save money, leaving relatives to grieve.

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I think a spark has definitely gone out in my heart, even though he's

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The driver was only a teenager at the time.

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We have an exclusive interview, as the jury decides

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The hardest bit is when you go to sleep, just seeing the carnage

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unfolding in your head, when it happened.

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It's like you press replay in your head every night you

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go to close your eyes and you just see it.

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How many other cowboy companies are out there who don't

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Two years on, I'm back in Weston to find out how the community

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is coping with the tragedy as it approaches another Christmas.

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It's Christmas, but I'm afraid there's little festive cheer tonight

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after a jury came back with a devastating verdict

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on the tipper-truck crash in Bath which claimed four lives,

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Haulage boss Matthew Gordon and mechanic Peter Wood,

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both from Wiltshire, were convicted of manslaughter

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after a trial exposed the shocking state of the lorry.

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The young driver, Philip Potter, broke down in tears

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Afterwards, the police made this statement.

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The fact of the matter is that both men failed in their duty

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Matthew Gordon had no transport manager and effectively flouted

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every regulation laid down to ensure safety.

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Peter Wood signed off vehicles as safe when,

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Many of the faults at the time of this crash were long-standing.

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Both were aware of previous problems with the brakes on this vehicle

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and did not take action when they had a duty to.

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They picked up the last load of the day from a quarry. They drove in

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convoy along the M4, past bat with racecourse before heading down the

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notoriously steep Lansdown Lane. This is a fully laden 32 tonne

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Scania tipper truck. At the width restriction, one truck stop, but

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Phillip Archer could not stop, the Brits had failed. The X brother died

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the hill he swerved to avoid the bus and hit and killed for you two and

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injured her granny, Margaret Rogers. Seconds later he struck a car. The

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three men inside died instantly and they were Stephen Von, a chauffeur,

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and two businessmen, Robert Parker and Philip Allen. The runaway tipper

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truck came to a stop on its side. In less than ten minutes, the lives of

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poor families had been shattered. the two businessmen from Bath

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and take them back to Wales. He had been married

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for just six months. His widow, Sian, has been

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describing her husband Everybody he came into contact

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with instantly took a shine to him. Very much a cheeky chappie,

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but I think that went in his favour Just a very, very

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likeable gentleman. How long had the two

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of you been together? We had been together

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just over four years. We were married in 2014,

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on 27th August, out in Turkey, which was one of our holiday

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destinations that we We fell in love with it,

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and fell in love with each You said that you had said goodbye,

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kissed him goodbye. Then what happened for

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you and for him that day. We both went out our

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separate ways with work. I contacted Steve at about 12:30pm,

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like we did every day, just to see how each other's

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days were going. He said he would be home

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at the same time as me, roughly at about five o'clock

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in the evening. He had a call coming in so I had

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to rush off the phone. I said I loved him and he obviously

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was rushing to get off the phone and he didn't get to say it back,

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and that was the last It was just horrendous,

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to be told that your husband has been hit by a 32-tonne tipper-truck

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and dragged down the road in the car, and all the emotions,

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really, that went with that. And being asked if I could

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identify him the next day. You say all the emotions,

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can you describe for me what emotions you felt,

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and what this journey has been like for you over the last nearly

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two years since that moment Just completely lost, really,

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like as if you have had your right arm or your left arm chopped off,

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and there's that piece just missing. I think a spark has definitely

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gone out in my heart, It has just been a horrendous time,

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I wouldn't wish it on anybody. You have sat through

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so much of the court case. What have been the hardest things

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to hear in terms of the evidence Mainly that things could have been

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avoided and, potentially, I would have had Steve with the now

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by my side. I would never have had to go

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through all of this. And, hopefully, if that was

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the case, we would have had a family by now which we've been denied,

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whereas the owner of the company has gone on to have a child and has one

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on the way, as well. I feel very upset over that,

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that he's gone on to have a life The only person to walk free

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from court today was the young man behind the wheel

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of the tipper truck. The jury decided Philip Potter was

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the victim of an unscrupulous boss. These are the pictures,

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shown in court, of the rusty His defence argued it was

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"an accident destined to occur". Philip Potter has been speaking

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exclusively to our Social Affairs The hardest bit is when you go

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to sleep is just seeing the carnage unfolding in your head

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when it happened. It is like you press replay

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in your head every night you go to close your eyes

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and you just see it. Just thinking of the four

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people all the time. Thinking how horrible it must

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be for the families, just how hard it would be to lose

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someone you love so much. Walking free from court today,

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the driver of the tipper-truck, Philip Potter, broke down in tears

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after being cleared It was just under two years ago

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that his life was to change forever. The 19-year-old worked

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on his family's farm. To earn extra money,

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he had taken an apprenticeship with this distant cousin, Matthew

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Gordon at Grittenham Haulage. He was only days into the job

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when he climbed into the truck Because it was not under any great

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braking pressures because I wasn't going down any hills,

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there wasn't really much at all. Obviously, the hill that I went down

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was very, very steep. I had never been down

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it before in my life. The court was told and amber warning

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light had come on on his dashboard, indicating a potential problem

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with the brakes. Phillip said he reported this

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to his boss and was told, I was going round the

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first couple of bends. I didn't know the road at all,

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so I was not rushing at all. Going down the hill I see him come

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to a halt at a traffic calming. At that point it was coming

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into a 20, I was doing about 25. I could see that we were coming

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into a 20 so I applied the brakes a little bit more

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and there was just nothing. It was holding, but it

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wouldn't slow down any more. I slammed it into a lower gear

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and tried to handbrake and just held my hand on the horn and just

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dropped my arms solid because I didn't know what else

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I could possibly try and do. I just wanted to warn people

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that there was a lorry By the time he managed to stop

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the truck, four people were dead. Philip Potter was taken to hospital,

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where his mother confirmed to him You remember when they told you that

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Philip had been driving The police had said that he's

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in such a state that we can't really get anything out of him

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at the moment, He was in a hell of a state

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and they told me then the talent he is before I went

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in to see him and he said, Mum, He just needed someone to confirm

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that it was what he thought it was. I can remember just hugging him

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and saying, Philip, if you couldn't We believed him straightaway

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because we knew he has been driving vehicles for so long that if he had

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no brakes, he had no brakes. He said, I was trying to warn people

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to get out of the way. He said I was like that,

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get out of the way, because I was trying to get

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it to stop. I was trying to stop it

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and I couldn't stop it. Do you think about

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those people who died? We had trees planted

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on the anniversary We have the vicar in to bless

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them because we thought Because Philip is never

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going to forget that. The family is never going to forget

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it, so it was the right thing. Four young trees to mark

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the four lives lost. This one is for Mitzi because once

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it's blooming it comes out pink. It is always going to be

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here for the rest of my life. It might just be me that

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will know about them, but in my heart I know

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what they are there for. A quiet minute, come up, think about

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what happened that day, really. Yeah, in a way because if I hadn't

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have been in the lorry then it wouldn't have been me,

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but it could have happened to any driver that was in it

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because of this state of the lorry. So, yeah, if it wasn't me it

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would have been someone else, so it was going to happen at some

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point, which is the worst Philip Potter says he will never

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forget those terrible He knows that he can't rewind

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the clock, but after today's verdict, clearing him from any

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crime, 30-year-old Matthew Gordon

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was Philip Potter's boss. Tonight, we can reveal more shocking

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news about his firm, After the crash, Gordon,

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admitted eight offences of exceeding driving hours in the three months

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before the accident. His company pleaded guilty

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to 33 similar offences. Last September, the Traffic

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Commissioner disqualified him and took away his operating licence

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for two years. Scott Ellis has been finding out

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more about the lorry boss and the mechanic who're tonight

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awaiting sentence in prison. Phillip Potter may have been

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at the wheel of the runaway lorry, but the blood is on the hands

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of Matthew Gordon. He is, above all others,

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to blame for the crash. And he knew it the moment

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tragedy struck deciding, amid the loss of life,

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not to call the emergency services or admit to a police officer

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he owned the overturned truck and telling the injured driver

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not to mention a brake warning light was on,

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before disappearing Grittenham Haulage was based here

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at White s Farm near Brinkworth. It was Matthew Gordon's first

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business and it's been described as a "shambles from start

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to finish", and that he didn't have "a grip on how to maintain

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a fleet of lorries", either because he didn't know

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the rules, or he didn't care. It seems he'd put

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profit before safety. Scania tipper-trucks have a drum

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brake on each of their eight wheels, but in Matthew Gordon's lorry,

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six were not adjusted correctly. The jury were shown photos of these

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bodged brake repairs. Gordon said he didn't cut corners

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when it came to maintenance. The jury, and this Wiltshire HGV

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instructor, think otherwise. You could almost call them cowboys.

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Running trucks is expensive, it could cost ?2000 per truck per

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month. Simply by not doing maintenance properly, you those

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This driver's worked for Gordon for a short time but left.

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I nearly made the mistake of going to work for him again, until I saw

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the equipment. It checked out the lorry and the trailer and I wasn't

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He also says Gordon rushed his drivers to get more

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That is backed up by evidence in court -

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that Gordon texted his partner complaining Potter was slow.

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You can only do what you can't eat in the time period, no questions

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asked. I wasn't being pushed about, I wasn't being bullied, and that's

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Other drivers told us it's an industry-wide problem.

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There are a lot of Billy Boyd owners. If you don't do it, somebody

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If you don't do it, somebody else will do it.

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The haulage industry is closely regulated.

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Checks are made on operators at MoT's and at roadside inspections.

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So, will the Bath crash be a wake-up call for the industry?

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I hope people have learned from it. I don't know. Only time will tell

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Mattthew Gordon's mechanic, Peter Wood, is also guilty

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of manslaughter, having recorded no defects on the lorry's brakes

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when he inspected it a few weeks before the crash.

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In a statement today, Mitzi Steady s family said nothing

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can bring their daughter back and they will miss her every day

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They also continue, this "verdict sends a clear message that

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where non-compliance results in injury or death, excuses and lies

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will not stand in court and serve only to cause further upset

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Joining us now from London is Duncan Buchanan from

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Was this company and member of your organisation? At the time of the

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incident, no they weren't. What I would like to say is my sympathy

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does go to everyone who has been affected by this incident. It was a

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truly shocking incident and everything in your reports indicates

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just how terrible it was. But they have joined your organisation now.

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What do you make of the conduct of the firm? The conduct of the firm

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was completely unacceptable. They joined our organisation after the

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incident in an effort to try and legitimise themselves. They had an

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audit done on the compliance with operators licensing. That all the

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joy that they were noncompliant in a huge range of areas. To an

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unforgivable extent. It really is the shameful example of an

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organisation failing to meet the most minimum of standards. The big

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question is how they got away with it and high many other cowboy

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operators are driving 32 tonne trucks which have not been properly

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maintained. Fortunately, this is not a very common issue for this level

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of noncompliance. This is probably the most serious one I have ever

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seen in the industry. So, I would not actually cast the entirety of

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the injury -- industry with this level of noncompliance. Do you know

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that? Is the system in place that works well to flag up when there are

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concerns? There are systems in place that noncompliant operators. There

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is a comprehensive point-scoring system that assesses operators and

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targets operators for on road enforcement and four in force within

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the premises. Where were they then in this case? In this particular

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case, you would probably need to discuss that with the PDSA. From the

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Road haulage Association's perspective, we recognise that

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enforcement is probably not at the level we would like to see. We would

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like to see more on road enforcement done. We recognise the good work

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that the imports when people do, but there is not enough of them. We will

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have to leave it there. Thank you for coming on the programme tonight.

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It's now been nearly two years since the accident in the close-knit

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Our Bath reporter Ali Vowles has returned to the scene of the crash

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I am at the bottom of the Lansdown Lane at the roundabout looking up at

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the hill but the accident happened on that fateful afternoon in

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February. The traffic then was stopped. There was an eerie silence

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is all the media waiting here, myself included, desperately tried

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to find out what was happening, such a contrast to the busyness of the

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road tonight. I have been finding out how this community and hope that

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the time and how it is healing its scars.

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It was just after four in the afternoon on the ninth of debris

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2015 when the brakes on Phillip Archer's truck field on the

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victorious road. Four people lost their lives, two were seriously

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injured. When I arrived, it was the scene of carnage, really. At the

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scene. Ed Valentine, have volunteered with a Wiltshire -based

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charity. Working closely with all of the ambulance, he coordinated the

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medical care that was needed. Everyone was completely shocked that

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the scale of the devastation. At the time you deal with that in a

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professional way, we have a job to do and we do that. Afterwards, when

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you reflect on what has happened, you go back to your family, I think

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that is the time it gets very, very difficult, and that is the hardest

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thing that we all do our best, the emergency services did the best that

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night, but there are still... I think everyone involved was badly

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affected and it will stay with all of us probably for the rest of our

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lives. The day after the events showed the full scale of what

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happened on that short but very deadly journey. So close to the

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accident sets of primary school with more than 400 pupils. Thankfully, on

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that day most of those pupils had already gone home, but some were in

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an after-school club. That is where Mitzi and her granny were heading to

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pick up her siblings. Those pupils were cared for by staff for hours as

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the emergency services dealt with the aftermath of the tragedy. To

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begin with, flowers for the Vic Timms work laid outside the school

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walls. Although in total shock and disbelief. Little Mitzi was

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well-known to everyone. The Coast community of Western was stunned and

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both churches opened the next day. The place as the church at the

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bottom of Lansdown Lane to receive the mounting number of flowers, a

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place away from the busy road and the safer place to pay respects and

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grief. People brought the flowers for weeks, wanting to make a

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tribute. I was here when the people came from South Wales to bring the

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floral tributes to the family for those people who had died in the

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family. I don't think people could really believe it had happened here

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in Western, something so dreadful. But having said that, there had been

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a lot of concern about the heavy traffic using Lansdown Lane, so to

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imagine that it it happens in our village was awful. Two years on and

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life is moving on in Western. A memorial play area has been built at

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the school in the Mitzi's name and toddlers groups, societies,

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gardening clubs, are all getting on with daily life in the busy

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community, but it has not been easy. It was extremely sad, but also

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horrendously traumatic and I think that is why it will leave its mark

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for a very long time. Everybody... The schoolchildren are very young.

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It is not something you can spent a long time dwelling on comic you have

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to move on. No one will ever forget what happened here, but all those

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who can are now trying to look to the future.

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Despite this horrendous accident, nothing seems to have been done

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about the volume of traffic and the speed at which the vehicles go. It

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is a 20 mile an hour zone. We understand that Mitzi's that has

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been discussions with the council and tomorrow night will be -- we

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will be talking to parents who are determined that things will change.

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In the meantime, all thoughts go to the families who are now spending

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the second Christmas without loved ones.

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Now with a look at the weather and what it could be

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Good evening, everybody. Let's take you through the forecast for

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tomorrow which will be the arm under the influence of storm Barbara. It

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is going to be the north-western parts of the British Isles that will

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bear the brunt of this. Its influence down he will be felt in

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terms of an increasingly windy day. It will be wet in the afternoon, as

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well. Here are five things are shaping up, I week weather front

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keeping things drive. In the north-west you can see storm Barbara

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forming. For us, as this call from runs through June the afternoon that

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will usher in a wet spell of weather. That is where we will see

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the peak of the winds. For the rest of this evening, the few showers

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will die out. A fairly quiet night, initially the wind is fairly light,

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turning chilly under those conditions. By daybreak the breeze

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is starting to pick up. The coldest days of the night, we could get a

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hint of frost trying to form, maybe the odd patch of Bob. That will not

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be the case by tomorrow morning with the wind is already starting to pick

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up. A lot of dry weather to the first part of the day. The Black

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Arrow showed that wind gusts in miles an hour. The gusts could get

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up to 60 miles an hour. Difficult driving conditions. It will remain

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-- remain breezy in the evening, turning colder. Let's fast forward a

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cross into Christmas Eve. It is looking a genuinely Friday. It will

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remain breezy yet not rather windy, and that will feel that bit chillier

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as well with the change in the air mass. Up towards the north-west,

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signs of another storm developing overnight and into Christmas

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morning. Again, it will be the far northern parts of the British Isles

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most influenced. The net result for us heading into Christmas Day will

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be initially at fairly mild tablecloths applied around the

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Brazilian rain, breezy or a windy. Tomorrow, we'll be back at 6.30pm

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with some festive fun as it's our last long programme

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before Christmas and this year. Tonight though - as we have done

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every night this week - we'll leave you to enjoy another

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carol. This evening it's the Rising

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Voices Recovery Choir performing 'Silent Night'

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in the Bristol Unitarian Church. Silent night.

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Holy night. All is calm.

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All is bright. Round the virgin, mother and child.

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Holy infant, so tender and mild. Sleep in heavenly peace.

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Sleep in the heavenly peace.

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