Man accused of dangerous driving in fatal Nailsea crash appears in court
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A man, who is accused of drinking alcohol and taking drugs before getting into a car and killing a Nailsea teenager in a crash, has appeared in court.
James Bisset has been charged with causing injury by dangerous driving, driving under the influence of drink and drugs, possession of a class A drug – cocaine – as well as death by dangerous driving.
Bisset was arrested after the car he was driving collided with 18-year-old Alex Gould in Clevedon Road in the early hours of February 14.
Three other people were also injured in the incident before the vehicle hit a telegraph pole.
Yesterday (Monday) Bisset did not enter a plea and magistrates at the courthouse in St Georges, near Weston, referred the case to Bristol Crown Court due to the severity of one of the charges.
He will appear at the court at 10am on November 7.
Bisset was granted bail on the condition he does not drive.