JURORS in a trial of alleged dangerous driving that caused serious injuries to two teenagers are expected to begin their deliberations today.

At Oxford Crown Court last week Andrew Bradley began his trial, facing two counts.

The 28-year-old of Kingfishers, Grove, denies causing serious injury to two passengers – Zachariah Gordon and Courtney Howe – by dangerous driving.

Prosecutors claim that Bradley’s driving led to two teenage passengers being seriously injured, leaving one in a wheelchair.

READ AGAIN: A report from the opening of the trial

It was claimed earlier in the trial that he ‘lost control, coming off the road, spinning, and eventually hitting a tree’ on the B4507, near Uffington.

One of his alleged victims was left in a wheelchair after the crash, which is said to have happened in the early hours of Sunday, October 28, 2018.

Recalling the incident he told jurors that in the hours before the collision, Bradley was like a ‘boy racer.’

He told the court that he had twice asked Bradley to slow down as he was driving.

Bradley, meanwhile, took to the witness box to give his version of events and deny any wrong-doing.

He denied driving 'aggressively' and with sharp cornering and said he had been travelling at about 50 or 60 mph.

Bradley told jurors he knew the road well, having regularly driven on it for a number of years and he denied reaching speeds of up to 90 mph.

Explaining how he felt about the injuries suffered by his two passengers, he said: "I don't know how to word it to be honest.

READ AGAIN: Bradley goes to the witness box

"Sorry for what happened and I wish I could have done something. It runs across my brain quite a lot to be honest, not knowing how it all happened."

Jurors have heard closing speeches from the prosecution and defence and today will hear a summary of the case before beginning their deliberations.

The trial continues.