Driver, 88, keeps licence despite red light collision with walker
An 88-year-old driver who knocked down a pedestrian after failing to stop for a red light has been allowed to keep her licence.
Nina Obozina had her pelvis fractured and was hospitalised after Dorothy Strachan drove into her on Aberdeen’s King Street on June 20.
Yesterday, the pensioner appeared at the city’s sheriff court to be sentenced for driving without due care and attention, having admitted the charge.
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