16 May 2014
Last updated at 16:08
A driver has been found guilty of carelessly driving a car which ploughed into a lollipop lady and five pupils outside a school in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Robert Bell, 62, from Rhoose, lost control of his Audi A3 at Rhws Junior School last June.
Karin Williams used her body as a human shield to protect the children.
The crash sent young children “cartwheeling through the air”, Cardiff Magistrates’ Court heard.
Bell’s car ended up on its roof outside the school gates.
During his trial, Bell claimed he had suffered a coughing fit and denied the charge.
Five children and three other adults were injured when the car overturned at a pedestrian crossing.
Ms Williams, 50, was in hospital for 10 weeks, while one of the injured children was unconscious and on life support for three days.
16 May 2014 | 4:08 pm – Source: bbc.co.uk