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Police cite driver in Denver crosswalk

A man who allegedly struck a woman and a 6-month-old boy in a crosswalk Saturday was cited by Denver police with two counts of careless driving.

Detective John White, spokesman for the Denver Police Department related that the incident took place shortly before 3 o’clock in the afternoon when the driver was traveling eastbound on Colfax Avenue near Yosemite Street when he struck the woman and infant, who was riding in a stroller, The car and driver then smashed into a nearby building.

The police immediately transported the woman and infant to a nearby hospital. The woman sustained multiple facial fractures while the infant suffered a broken leg. According the medical staff, none of the injuries were life-threatening.

Meanwhile, last December 11, a Dagenham man pleaded guilty to causing the death of a father by careless driving. The operator of the vehicle, identified as Stanley Hornibrook, of Nuneaton Road, was driving a heavy goods vehicle on the A505 near Royston, Cambridgeshire on July 7 last year when he was involved in a four car collision.

At least one man who was driving a Smart car age 37-year-old identified as Steven Stamford, of Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, died as a result of the crash.

Then on August, Hornibrook pleaded not guilty to causing death by dangerous driving as the trial was set to take place in March.

But at Cambridge Crown Court on Monday, he finally pleaded guilty to causing death by careless driving. The prosecution accepted his new plea and announced that the sentencing will take place on January 11. Hornibrook was given an interim driving ban and released on bail.

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Source: Denver Post Com

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