Trial jury goes out to consider verdict in case of Norfolk paramedic involved in fatal crash on A146

A Norwich Crown Court jury has gone out to consider its verdict in the case of a Norfolk ambulance driver who is alleged to have caused the death of a motorcyclist after he pulled out in front of him.

Motorcyclist Neil Griffiths, 54, was killed in the collision which happened on the A146 at Hales on July 9, last year Ivor Prow, 52, of Gorleston Road, Oulton Broad, has denied causing the death of Mr Griffiths by careless driving.

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