A MAN will stand trial accused of causing injury to three people by dangerous driving.

Alexander Anderson, 36, allegedly drove a red Citroen C1 at excessive speeds in Glasgow's Ibrox on June 30, 2020.

Prosecutors state Anderson failed to maintain a safe braking and stopping distance as well as undertake cars when it was unsafe to do so.

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Court papers claim he then caused his car to swerve on the road and over the road markings into the path of other traffic.

Anderson allegedly collided with a stationary blue Volkswagen Golf car which was stopped at a red traffic light as well as driver Sasha Kerr.

Her passengers Robyn Kennedy and Ben Slater were claimed to have been injured.

Anderson's car then collided with a wall which is said to have injured his passenger Eve Kilgariff as well.

He was allegedly on bail at the time.

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Anderson pleaded not guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to the single charge.

A trial was fixed for September by sheriff Tony Kelly.

Anderson, of the city's Govan remains on bail meantime.