George Square crash: Lorry driver speaks out

‘Every day is a struggle’

The driver of the bin lorry that killed six people in George square has admitted: “I grieve for everyone involved in the accident.”

Harry Clark collapsed at the wheel of the lorry on the 22nd of December killing six people and injuring many others.

Among those killed were Glasgow Uni student Erin McQuade and her grandparents who were Christmas shopping.

A choral service is being held at the University in rememberence.

The Glasgow City Council Worker told the Daily Record: “Nothing will ever be normal for the families or me ever again.

“I think of everyone every minute of every day.”

The 58-year-old since been diagnosed with a heart condition which caused his collapse and is being kept under tight observation.

Harry has admitted he doesn’t remember anything about the crash, he said: “I will never know what happened other than people telling me what they saw.”