Bus driver jailed after driving into cyclist
A bus driver who deliberately knocked a cyclist down in Bristol using his bus "as a weapon" has been jailed.
Gavin Hill, 29, of Frome, previously pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and causing grievous bodily harm.
Bristol Crown Court heard that after an altercation, Hill deliberately knocked Phillip Mead off his bike by swerving the bus into him.
Sentencing Hill to 17 months in jail, Judge Mark Horton said his action "was not an accident".
Sabet Choudhury reports.
- 16 February 2012
- BBC News