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Speaking about Ms Kennedy's time in office, he added: "It is as though the PCC has been asleep at the wheel as this crisis has reared up.
Cleveland and Durham Road Policing Unit posted this picture to its Facebook page, saying: "The driver of this vehicle had a lucky escape after he fell asleep at the wheel and collided with a parked tanker on the A174 last July.
"No, I don't believe I was asleep at the wheel because as soon as I came into the role, we were looking to tackle the issues and the key focus of my time in the role was to bring net debt down.
Commander Thierry Duffau, the head of the police unit that attended the crash, confirmed to the Herald that investigators believe Ms Madill fell asleep at the wheel.
A young Emirati whocrashed into a truck which led to the death of his father had fallen asleep at the wheel, a topprosecutor has told.
It was alleged he had driven knowing he hadn't slept for 22 hours then fell asleep at the wheel on the A92 Glenrothes to Dundee road.
The former England U21 player stopped for a coffee, but it wasn't enough to prevent him falling asleep at the wheel travelling along the A6 at Furness Vale in Derbyshire.
Nearly two in 10 drivers -17 percent or approximately 14 million people - say they have actually fallen asleep at the wheel in the past year.
It quoted Khaled Al-Juhani, spokesman of Madinah Civil Defence, as saying that preliminary investigations suggest the driver of the bus fell asleep at the wheel.
A FARMER'S son fell asleep at the wheel of a Land Rover, hit an oncoming lorry and ended up coming off the A470.
WEBSTER - Asleep at the Wheel came into being in 1970 with the intention of carrying the torch for western swing, a musical form that by then was close to dying out.
His longtime girlfriend died as a result of falling asleep at the wheel. On a return trip to Camp Pendleton from San Diego, he was a passenger when a fellow Marine fell asleep at the wheel.