Matt Harding on Gordon as boss
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Bath tipper truck crash: Boss 'bullied new drivers'

A man who worked for haulage company owner Matthew Gordon, convicted of manslaughter after one of his lorries crashed and killed four people, has described his former boss as a "bully".

Lorry driver Matt Harding, from Wiltshire, said Gordon was "a bully to new drivers".

Gordon, 30, along with mechanic Peter Wood, 55, were found guilty of four counts of manslaughter following the crash in Bath last year.

The driver of the truck, Phillip Potter, 20, was cleared of all the charges he faced.

  • 22 Dec 2016