Marjorie Borwick death: Accused driver cleared

Marjorie Borwick Marjorie Borwick was a grandmother of six, and had two great-grandchildren

A driver has been cleared of causing the death of a woman who died on the way to her grandson's christening.

Grandmother-of-six Marjorie Borwick, from Workington, was hit by a car as she crossed the A595 near St John's Church, in Bigrigg, on 4 December 2011.

Rychenda Edgar, 22, of Dryden Way, Egremont, denied causing the 71-year-old's death by careless driving.

She was found not guilty. Mrs Borwick had just arrived for the christening service, Carlisle Crown Court heard.

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