Blofield glazier Tyrone Parish found not guilty of causing serious injury by dangerous driving

It took a Norwich Crown Court jury just over an hour to clear him of the charges this morning. Pictu

It took a Norwich Crown Court jury just over an hour to clear him of the charges this morning. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

A Blofield glazier accused of causing serious injury by dangerous driving has been found not guilty.

Tyrone Parish was on trial at Norwich Crown Court after a pane of glass he was transporting sheared off and smashed into a car.

The incident, which happened on the Acle Straight, resulted in a woman and her daughter suffering life-changing injuries.

Mr Parish, 29, of Ropes Walk, Blofield, denied causing serious injury by dangerous driving on May 19, 2015.

It took a Norwich Crown Court jury just over an hour to clear him of the charges this morning.


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Mr Parish burst into tears as the verdict was read out, and there were cries of joy from the public gallery.

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