Man charged with drink and drug driving after death of Alex Gould

Alex Gould, from Nailsea, who was killed when a car collided with him on February 14.

Alex Gould, from Nailsea, who was killed when a car collided with him on February 14. - Credit: Archant

A 23-year-old man has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving after a fatal collision in Nailsea.

Alex Gould, aged 18, was killed when a car collided him in Clevedon Road in the early years of February 14. Three other people were also injured in the collision.

James Bisset, of Yatton, has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving and a number of other offences including causing injury by dangerous driving, driving under the influence of drink and drugs and possession of a class A drug – cocaine.

Bisset has been released on bail to attend North Somerset Courthouse in St Georges on October 10.


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