“The misting of the windscreen appears to be a factor in why he [Evans] failed to see Mr Khan as he crossed the road,” said Mr Howie.“There was more than enough time to have stopped the vehicle had he seen him.” Mr Howie added that Evans, who was described as a married family man, had set off from home seven or eight minutes earlier, but his windscreen was misted and he was wiping it as he drove.
“After 26 years at ESPN, I am extremely disappointed to say farewell,” he wrote on Facebook at the time. The only thing that mattered was my salary, which in my view was the lone reason I lost my job.” His roles since exiting the Mothership have included a job on Sports Jeopardy, and he was the bracketologist for FOX Sports this past college basketball season.“I have been proud of my association and my work during my tenure. He has also moonlighted as a research assistant for Dick Vitale.Schwab decoded the potentially macabre tone of his final missive, revealing it to be less dark than some read it.His comments ring similar to those he made five years ago upon learning his fate.The Highway Code states that windows should be completely clear before a vehicle is moved.
Following the collision Evans continued onto work and only saw the extent of the damage to his car, which included a broken headlight, cracked windscreen and dented bonnet, when he arrived. He should have stopped but he didn’t,” said Neil Addison, defending.
The Honorary Recorder of Bolton Judge Timothy Clayson was told that Indian-born Mr Khan previously owned a takeaway and was a devout man who prayed several times a day.
“He was well known and well respected throughout the community,” said Mr Howie.
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In statements handed to the judge, Mr Khan’s family said they did not blame the car driver for his death and have shown a level of forgiveness.