Freddie Hussey death: Man charged with manslaughter

Freddie Hussey Freddie Hussey died in Bristol Children's Hospital from his injuries

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A man has appeared in court charged with manslaughter and causing death by dangerous driving following the death of a three-year-old boy in Bristol.

Freddie Hussey died in hospital after being hit by a Land Rover pulling a trailer, on Hastings Road, Bedminster, on 27 January.

Tony Davies, 37, of Hallen, appeared at Bristol magistrates and is due before the city's crown court, next month.

He was granted unconditional bail until the hearing on 4 September.

Mr Davies is also charged with using a motor vehicle or trailer in a condition likely to cause danger of injury.

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