Glasgow Police Submit Initial Bin Lorry Report To Prosecutors

Crown Office Reviewing Initial Police Report In Glasgow Bin Lorry Crash


Andrew Robinson, Press Officer | 0113 218 6463
Police in Glasgow investigating the bin lorry crash that killed six people in the city centre and injured ten others on December 22nd have submitted an initial report to prosecutors.

The Crown Office is set to review the report and issue an update by the end of February on timescales relating to any criminal proceedings or a fatal accident inquiry.

A statement from the Crown Office revealed staff will keep the families of those affected by the accident advised on progress and offer support throughout the investigation.

The 57-year-old driver of the bin lorry, which careered out of control in Queen Street and crashed in George Square, was discharged from hospital earlier this month.