Husband remembers ‘bubbly’ wife after court rules on fatal bus crash

A man whose “loving and caring” wife died after being hit by a bus at her workplace has been awarded damages following a civil court hearing.

Rachel Cassells, 50, died on the evening of April 4 2015 from the injuries she suffered when the vehicle struck her in the car park of Trossachs Woollen Mill in Kilmahog near Callander, north of Stirling.

Mrs Cassells, from Stirling, who worked as a general catering assistant at the centre, made a habit of going out to greet tourists arriving on coaches at the visitor attraction, a judge found.
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