Woman denies dangerous driving outside primary school By The Courier Reporter February 27 2015, 4.43pm Share Woman denies dangerous driving outside primary school Share via Facebook Twitter Linkedin Whatsapp Messenger Email Post link https://www.thecourier.co.uk/news/dundee/234844/woman-denies-dangerous-driving-outside-primary-school/ Copy Link A woman will stand trial accused of dangerous driving after allegedly running down a nine-year-old boy as he crossed with a lollipop man near a school. Audrey Robertson is alleged to have collided with the boy on Dundee’s Byron Street near the city’s St Peter and Paul Primary School. Robertson is said to have driven a Ford Fiesta into the schoolboy after failing to stop for a school crossing patroller. The 49-year-old, of Grange, Errol, pleaded not guilty to a charge of dangerous driving. Defence solicitor John Boyle told Dundee Sheriff Court: “The issue here is the standard of driving the fact that she was driving the car isn’t disputed.” The case was continued to trial on March 16.