Light’ says sorry to her family
slammed on the brakes did you hit someone with your car,” and he replied: “Megan Scott.”
Kennedy said he got out of his car and then dialled 999.
He denies causing Megan’s death by dangerous driving, but has offered to plead guilty to the lesser charge of careless driving.
Former rail track maintenance worker Kennedy, who has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, told the jury: “It’s the only thing I think about.”
The court was told that Kennedy has not driven since May 2018.
Kennedy was asked how he felt about Megan’s death and said: “I never knew her but I just think about her every single day and how sorry I am.
“I just want to say sorry to her family. I know they’ll never forgive me, but I just want to say sorry to them. I’ll never stop being sorry.”
The trial continues.