Louis Thorold: Pensioner Shelagh Robertson pleads not responsible to inflicting pram demise of five-month-old child by careless driving
A pensioner has denied inflicting the demise of a child boy by carelessly driving and crashing into his pram.
Shelagh Robertson, 74, appeared at Cambridge Crown Courtroom over the demise of five-month-old Louis Thorold at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, on 22 January 2021.
Robertson pleaded not responsible to the one cost of killing an toddler by careless driving.
She is claimed to have been driving a Mazda 2 automotive on the A10 when she allegedly crashed into the pram, killing Louis and significantly injuring his mom who was pushing him.
Louis’ dad and mom, Chris and Rachael Thorold, listened to the listening to from the general public gallery.
Robertson is because of go on trial on 8 August and has been launched on bail till then.