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Accident; No witnesses (Requiescat in Pace)

In W and M Wood (Haulage) Ltd. v Redpath [1967] 2 QB 520 the facts were these; a collision took place between a car and a lorry. It occurred on a straight stretch of road at night with no witnesses. The drivers and other occupants died. The available evidence was inconclusive as to fault. The court apportioned blame equally between the two drivers.

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