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Westerham:Man In Court Over Crash Death
An elderly motorist has appeared in court, accused of killing a woman when his car crashed into a coffee shop in Westerham on Christmas Eve.
David Lord entered no plea to a single charge of causing death by dangerous driving at Sevenoaks Magistrates' Court.
The 87-year-old from Westerham, struggled to hear the words of chairman of the bench Jackie Hamilton during the three-minute hearing.
Asked if he could hear proceedings, having gestured to family members in the public gallery, he said: ``Not really.''
Lord, who wore a dark suit and had a hearing aid, spoke to confirm his name and address.
He has been released on bail to appear at Maidstone Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on August 2, before a trial at a date to be set.
The court heard Lord was accused of causing the death of Valerie Deakin by driving his Audi A4 dangerously in Westerham high street.
Mrs Deakin, a married mother-of-two, was sitting with her eldest daughter and a friend next to the window in the Costa Coffee shop last Christmas Eve.
The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. Four others were seriously injured.
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