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A SCOTTISH national has been charged with dangerous driving causing the death of his friend/work colleague at Hexham this year and bailed with a surety of $100,000.
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Charles Scott, 22, was the driver in an incident that killed Hexham man Troy Jenkins, 35, on New Year’s Day.

Leading Senior Constable Ben Howie, of the Victoria Police Major Collision Investigation Unit, today said Scott had been charged with one count of dangerous driving causing death.

Mr Jenkins and his young son were driving with Mr Scott on Hexham-Chatsworth Road at 11pm when the ute crashed less than a kilometre from the Jenkins’ home.

The car rolled, throwing Mr Jenkins and his son clear of the ute.

The father of five died at the scene and ambulance officers treated the young boy’s fractured skull before flying him to the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne for observation and treatment.

Mr Scott was taken to Warrnambool Base Hospital with serious injuries and police now allege alcohol was a factor.

Leading Senior Constable Howie said a breath test was not taken at the accident scene because of the driver’s injuries, but expert analysis of blood test results indicated Mr Scott had been drinking.

Police believe Mr Scott has since returned to Scotland, with family living in Victoria assuring he will return on May 15 for his appearance at Warrnambool Magistrates Court.

Mr Scott was charged and bailed on January 24 until the mid-May court date with a surety of $100,000.

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