Pluto is driving his car down a steep hill in a large Canadian city. He discovers that his brakes are not functioning properly and the vehicle starts to gain speed. In the near distance, Pluto notices that there is a group of schoolchildren who are crossing the road. Worried that he may collide with these children, Pluto decides to steer his speeding car onto the sidewalk. Pluto is aware that there is an elderly man
on the sidewalk but he is confident that he can avoid hitting him. Tragically, at that moment, Pluto suffers a fainting spell and, while he is unconscious, his car not only strikes and kills the man on the sidewalk but also returns to the road and injures five of the schoolchildren who are on the clearly marked crossing. There is some evidence that Pluto had experienced brief fainting spells before but he did not consider them to be serious. After the accident, it is discovered that Pluto probably suffers from a mild epileptic condition. Is Pluto guilty of dangerous driving causing death and dangerous
driving causing bodily harm?
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