Somerset M5 crash: Fireworks boss bailed to attend another hearing in January

Somerset M5 crash: Fireworks boss to appear in Crown Court

Somerset M5 crash: Fireworks boss to appear in Crown Court

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FIREWORKS display organiser Geoffrey Counsell had his preliminary hearing at Bristol Crown Court today (December 4) charged with seven counts of manslaughter.

Mr Counsell, 50, of Ashill, was due before Judge Martin Picton facing charges relating to the deaths of seven people in a pile-up on the M5 motorway near Taunton in November 2011.

Following this hearing, he will now have to attend a further preliminary hearing on January 15 at Bristol Crown Court.

 

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